Security vendor Bitdefender is warning that a click fraud campaign has managed to infect nearly one million computers around the world.
Cyber-criminals are moving away from malicious attachments to mobile applications and socila media platforms. A random click to an infected web site is now all you need to be compromised.
British TV network Channel 4 has uncovered a whole industry of fraudulent social media likes and clicks. Many Twitter followers and Facebook friends are low paid workers in ‘click farms’ in Bangladesh and other developing countries.
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