Skype, robocalls being used by crooks for scams
In a variation of 'smishing,' new ploys are known as 'vishing'
Criminals are putting a new voice to the traditionally anonymous world of online crime.
Scammers have taken to making calls via Skype — the popular Voice over IP (VoIP) calling software — and attempting to scare victims into downloading and installing rogue antivirus software, Brian Krebs wrote this week on his Krebs on Security blog.
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