More than 21,000 ETH steals were detected with social engineering tricks

According to the Cointelegraph report, security experts at the cyber security company Kaspersky Lab found that cybercriminals stole more than 21 Ethereum (ETH) (about $ 10 million) over social engineering schemes during the past year.


As an example, the raporda, exemplified by the Switcheo ICO, is an example of a Twitter account that allegedly links ICOs to the ICO.

Another social engineering swindle is that a victim is later cheated and credited with a higher payout than the same crypto currency.

The report shows that fake social media accounts

According to Nadezhda Demidova, Kaspersky Lab's leading web content analyst, the attack patterns continue to evolve, making it impossible to safely protect. Demidova also pointed out that the crypto para-phishing succumbed to other phishing attacks, because fraudsters could earn millions of dollars:

"The success of criminals shows that they are benefiting from the human factor. Taking advantage of user behavior has always been one of the weakest links in cyber security. "

Traditionally focused on protecting people against malicious software such as viruses, trojans and ransom software, Kaspersky Lab is already drawing attention to criminal behavior involving crypto money [19659002] → INVEST IN THE FIRST CENTRAL BANK IN THE WORLD BINANCE