Gap Fill - Level 2


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Fraudsters have a new to trick people into losing . They are pretending to be the technical support of ISPs (Internet Service Providers). This looks real, even to Internet users. The fraudsters target an IP – this is a computer's ID number. Once fraudsters have the IP, the gets a pop-up window with a to say the computer has . The victim is then advised to phone for help. The Internet company Malwarebytes said: "The scammers are trying to get people to call them. People are paying to be scammed."

Malwarebytes said most of the so are in the USA and UK, but they will spread . A malware expert at Malwarebytes said: "It caught me by ….It was only when I looked in closer that I saw it was a scam." The fraudsters infect online that then work out your IP number. You do not have to click on the for the computer to get infected by the malware. Malwarebytes' is to call the tech support number you got when you signed up for the Internet. They said trust phone numbers in windows.

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