The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil start today, and Trend Micro researchers have pointed out yet another thing that fans need to be careful about: fake and malicious versions of World Cup-themed apps.
The World Cup 2014 championship has begun and like most major sports events, employees are browsing websites to check the latest scores, watch streaming live games and chat with their peers about the latest updates.
Starting this week, 32 national teams and thousands of football fans will descend on Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
A series of enhanced follower scams have tricked thousands of Twitter users after a group abused the platform’s authentication system, its Trends section and TweetDeck.
As the soccer world cup in Brazil is coming close, the offering of soccer-related apps on the Google Play store is big, at least 125 different vuvuzela apps are available.