Scammers Using Remote Desktops To Extort Money: Cyber-Forensics.net suggests preventive ways

 Scammers Using Remote Desktops To Extort Money: Cyber-Forensics.net suggests preventive ways

Cyber-Forensics.net

The remote desktop scam involves convincing users to install apps like Anydesk to gain control of your computer and get hold of bank details.

SOFIA, BULGARIA, November 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With significant aspects of our lives digitized today, work from home proved to be a boon for many. However, the latest reports indicate that remote desktop protocol attacks increased by 768% between Q1 and Q4 in 2020, leading organizations to issue warnings against online scam activities.

Cyber-Forensics.net, an industry leader in providing cyber-forensics services for victims of online scams, uncovered the dangers of the increased adoption of remote desktops. Cyber-Forensics.net reported hackers posing as IT professionals could gain control over your personal computers by convincing you to connect with your computer through platforms like Anydesk, LogMeIn,…

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