The 2012 Olympics held in London, England, has been officially closed and usher in the United States as the overall champion. However, only one athlete who is considered the most dangerous on the internet.
One athlete was not dangerous boxing or judo, but tennis. Yes, anti-virus firm McAfee hired top tennis player Andy Murray is the athlete most ‘dangerous’ in cyberspace.
‘Dangerous’ here means because of the many pitfalls of malicious programs on behalf of the Britishtennis player. Such as ‘Andy Murray Video’ and ‘Andy Murray Download’. Yet behind the link that is presented there is a trapmalware, viruses and so forth.
The cyber criminals take advantage of moments of fame and Olympic athletes to trick users into downloading software that could potentially steal credit card and other important information. So that was quoted from the Huffington Post, Monday (08/12/2012).
Meanwhile, footballer Ryan Giggs is the second athlete that many didompleng name to trap malware. As is known, Giggs yesterday defended the banner of Great Britain national team.