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They’ll have a thick Indian accent, and an improbably Anglicized name, like “Richard Smith” or something.
The virus, they insist, will damage your computer Hackers and malware shut down nuclear centrifuges in Iran and severely damaged a German steel mill.
Could software cause physical damage to your computer?
Probably not, but anything connected to it is a different story.
and your reputation, as it will somehow intertwine you with the sordid world of child pornography and exploitation. You can trust them, and give them access to your computer.
They’ll then rigorously search through your computer, and install some software. Even if they did, there’s no way they could possibly know you’ve got a virus.
Then, they’ll hit you up for an eye-watering sum of cash. You’ve just given your money – and access to your computer – to someone sitting in a boiler room somewhere in Bangalore.
The fake tech support scam is one that’s surprisingly effective.
It piggybacks off Microsoft’s good name and employs scare tactics, to catch tens of thousands in its snare, often for as much as 0 at a time.
But people are fighting back, simply by wasting as much of the scammers’ time as possible.
The modus-operandi of many of these good-natured trolls is simply to pretend to be as dumb, tech-illiterate and hard of hearing as possible.
One of the best known for this is Aussie security expert Troy Hunt, who once kept a phone scammer on the line for an agonizing 44 minutes and 26 seconds by pretending to barely know how to use a computer.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating