As it is believed, iPhone 5 is supposed to be out on September 21, 2012. It is expected that Apple is not the only one looking to cash in when the iPhone 5 hits the virtual store shelves this month, as fraudsters and Internet pirates across the globe are counting on the latest Apple frenzy to help line their pockets too.
McAfee informs that online scammers are expected to be out in full force this month in anticipation of deal seekers. Gary Davis, VP, Global Consumer Marketing, warns that fraudsters will be using the latest iPhone event to send out phishing scams and e-mails with infected links in an effort to extract credit card info and other personal details from unsuspecting consumers.
Davis shared, “When there is a major event, like Black Friday, Cyber Money, or a much-anticipated Apple product going on sale, it queues up the bad guys to take advantage of all the excitement.”
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