How to Protect Yourself from Online Fraud?
Internet fraud has increased and spread strongly, in light of the expansion of the Internet in all
aspects of society, which usually falls victim to those who are ignorant of the basics of
electronic security, it is important here for people to learn about electronic fraud methods to
avoid them, especially as they cause huge financial losses that may lead to Bankruptcy.
Phishing is one of the most common electronic fraud operations on the Internet as it causes
great disasters to its victims, most notably Hillary Clinton's loss in the US presidential race
against Donald Trump in the 2016 elections after an anonymous hacking of her election
campaign. Phishing aims to deceive and lure users into adopting multiple methods and
methods so that they hand over their passwords to the fraudster without intending to access
and seize their information, most notably personal information such as credit cards and social
security numbers, often through professional-looking emails claiming that they are from
Trusted companies and destinations. Every month, more than 100,000 phishing attempts are
reported around the world, as recent phishing has been weaponized with varying degrees of
sophistication through the technique of impersonation, which requires you, the reader, not to
believe any messages purporting to be a person you know or a famous person.
Among the most prominent images and forms of phishing are as follows:
One of the methods that fraudsters use recently is fraud through the exploitation of the ticket
sale point, where consumers are deceived into buying fake tickets for sports events, concerts,
etc. For such events and occasions. The tickets they send to clients often include fake
barcodes or duplicate copies of legitimate tickets and ultimately the user never gets a ticket
Impersonation of trusted people or entities
Some fraudsters resort to impersonating a celebrity, and then communicate with fans to