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26-Dec-2016 12:13

A CORK WOMAN seeking access to her emails recorded a conversation she had with a scammer, where she said she was going to pass on her credit card details before he started abusing her.

Speaking to the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork’s Red FM, Sarah described how she was verbally abused by the call centre worker when she was asking for help to re-access her email account.

“Be extremely sceptical of any uninvited call received and do not rely on phoning back the number to verify authenticity,” they said.

I’m sitting here in a hotel working on a Request For Proposal for full disk encryption while listening to a movie in the background.

The man can be audibly heard calling Sarah “a c***” after she told him she had an i Pad in front of her instead of a computer.

“You just lied to me,” the man, who referred to himself as Jonathan, told her. I don’t give a shit, I don’t give a fuck.” She responds: “Excuse me?

Once you’ve confirmed the mobile phone is in your possession, Facebook craftily includes a setting (already enabled) sharing your mobile phone number with your Facebook friends.Although you might not have liked them enabling this option by default after supposedly enhancing your account’s security, you did allow it to happen.My advice is to consider doing the following: Remove other people’s mobile phone numbers that you may have imported, using the steps given by Facebook.I smudged their mobile numbers to respect their privacy. Some time ago, Facebook started posting messages on users’ accounts saying that their account protection status was “very low”, and they should increase their protection.Naked Security criticized Facebook at the time for using what we thought were scare tactics to encourage users to give Facebook alternative email addresses and mobile phone numbers.

Once you’ve confirmed the mobile phone is in your possession, Facebook craftily includes a setting (already enabled) sharing your mobile phone number with your Facebook friends.

Although you might not have liked them enabling this option by default after supposedly enhancing your account’s security, you did allow it to happen.

My advice is to consider doing the following: Remove other people’s mobile phone numbers that you may have imported, using the steps given by Facebook.

I smudged their mobile numbers to respect their privacy. Some time ago, Facebook started posting messages on users’ accounts saying that their account protection status was “very low”, and they should increase their protection.

Naked Security criticized Facebook at the time for using what we thought were scare tactics to encourage users to give Facebook alternative email addresses and mobile phone numbers.

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