What the FBI has to say about online Phishing Attacks and What You should Do


FBI Releases Warning about Scareware

Original release date: December 14, 2009 at 9:04 am Last revised: December 14, 2009 at 9:04 am

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released a warning to alert users about an ongoing threat involving pop-up security messages that appear on the Internet. These pop-up messages may contain seemingly legitimate antivirus software. Users who click on these pop-up messages to purchase and install the bogus software may become infected with malicious code or to become victims of a phishing attack.

US-CERT encourages users and administrators to do the following to help mitigate the risks:
* Review the FBI Press Release titled Pop-Up Security Warnings Pose
Threats.
* Install antivirus software, and keep the signature files up to
date.
* Use caution when entering personal and financial information
online.
* Install software applications from only trusted sources. Read the Full Article Click Here

To Protect Yourself go to Http://timrobbinstv.com

About Tim Robbins

As a Professional I have been in the Marketing business for over 40 years, I mainly focus on the service to Business Owners and Company support. "Dedicated and committed to improving the Marketing of Businesses today" With Technology only ever dream of that will drive more business to your business. We are online,live and Monetized and mobilized and app up and we guarantee what we do. No If or Buts

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