FBI warns Business Travellers

12 Jun

“The alert, from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, was addressed to U.S. executives, government workers and academics but did not specify a particular country of threat. It warned of a spate of incidents of travelers encountering bogus software update pop-ups when they used hotel internet connections overseas. When they clicked on the “update,” malicious software was installed on their computer.” – CNN

Makaseh security protects all data communicated over the internet and no one can fake a user identity and transact business, should they have card details, or even a copy of the Makaseh user id itself.

One Response to “FBI warns Business Travellers”

  1. chandleur June 13, 2012 at 5:13 am #

    Great Job by FBI as usual. You can play safe by only clicking on sites you regularly use and saying no to automatic pops ups demanding upgrades.

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