Recently, fraudsters are trying to steal users ' personal information with free IPhone X scams. A social media security company, Zerofox, has found 532 fake social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram and Youtube. These accounts are using free IPhone X as bait, trying to reduce users to ir networks.
Fake accounts are opened with each new iphone
IPhone-related scams are happening every year. When Apple announces every new device, fake accounts are opened in social media. The number of fake accounts with iphone 8, iphone 8 Plus and iphone X has increased.
For example, if we give a few examples, re's a IPhone8 official account on Facebook. Instagram had an account called official. IPhone8. Giveaway, but it was removed. Youtube also has guided fake comments under videos. When you click on link in se spam comments, supposedly iPhone 8 is being presented. Of course it's just a scam and link given to site to defraud user.
Avoid clicking on exported links
Links to fraudulent accounts, links to sites that look real and want people to sign in. Some of se sites are intended to steal direct password, while ors have warnings that y need to update ir systems in account. When software is downloaded to intent of update, hackers get what y want.
Zerofox's basic data scientist, Phil Tully, said that fraudulent publications aimed at stealing personal information are quite common in social media. They publish names, e-mails, addresses and cities of caves under name of competition. Shared data is n hacked into hackers who can use it to steal accounts. In addition, many different accounts are being used for furr dissemination of same routing link, and thus attack is increasing.
As a result, we recommend that you refrain from clicking on any of art links and sharing your information with accounts that you don't know to win a free IPhone or or device.