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QR codes could be a spam or malware threat, so be careful when you use them.
Mobile users are fast becoming the new target of choice for malware authors – but not just malware. Fake ecommerce sites will gladly take your personal information too, increasing your chance of identity fraud, or your bank accounts coming under attack.
Malvertisements, the use of advertising services and links to infect users with malware, have seen a substantial increase quarter on quarter (Q3 2010 vs Q4 2010), with a new report from Dasient showing a 100% increase in attacks during the final quarters of last year.
The announcement of Charlie Sheen’s death has been greatly exaggerated by scammers, to get you to click on a link that exposes you to a potential click-jacking scam. Care should always be taken when receiving links via social media sites, even from people you know and trust.