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Malicious QR codes are being exploited to steal your money

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The FBI alerted Americans this week that fraudsters are stealing their accounts and financial information by using deliberately engineered Quick Response (QR) codes. The alert was released earlier this week as a public service announcement (PSA) on the Bureau’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). “Cybercriminals are manipulating with QR codes to lure victims to fraudulent websites that…

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