Fake Payment Ports

Fake Payment Ports

Over the past few days, applications such as "Satellite Channels," "Broadcasting Movies," etc. have been published. The user is required to pay through a bank port to activate and use their facilities. In the course of the investigation, it was determined that these portals are fake and after receiving user card information, they attempt to discharge the user's account balance. This so-called phishing device, with the display of a payment port page similar to that of the original, places all of the victim's bank card information on the page builder.

Methods to prevent the disclosure of bank card information

The following recommendations can play a role in preventing the disclosure of bank account information:

 Lack of confidence in suspicious claims programs
 On pages where the site you are visiting requests you to enter the card number, password, second password and CVV2, make sure that the SSL protocol is used. For this purpose, the page address should begin with the word https instead of http.
 Pay attention to the bank's payment address. You can visit the main provider's website for the main bank's address. For example, the following links are available for the Shaprak system.
https://shaparak.ir/content?id=287
 Using the plugin introduced by the MAHER at https://antiphish.certcc.ir, you can also ensure that the payment page is real.
 Do not pay for pages via links on unknown sites and social networking pages. Because you may be redirected to a fake payment page.
 For entering bank card information, be sure to use the virtual keyboard embedded in payment pages.

Do not store your bank card information in browsers and so on.

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