Thursday, 4 February 2010

Facebook Poker Chips. Are YOU Safe?

With the continuing rise in popularity of facebook poker chips as a virtual currency in facebook texas holdem poker game a lot of phishers have engaged themselves, who try their best to trick unsuspecting players out of their hard earned yahoo poker chips. All over the internet forums are littered with posts by innocent people who have had their chips stolen. Nothing is as sorry state as logging to Facebook or my space to play a few hands of poker only to find that someone has already been in your account and your poker chips are gone.

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[color=#258]Keep these basic things in mind to protect your facebook poker chips:

Never give your password to a stranger: Trust is a delicate thing that takes a long time to build but only second to destroy. You may meet a stranger in a poker room and you are friends with him/her. He/she will keep interacting with you days before playing her trick. So be carefull enough to protect your login credentials to yourself, else this may lead to disaster.

Be careful about what you download: Serious online gamers are looking for cheats or hacks for the games they play in order to give them an advantage over their opponents. Poker is no different and there are plenty of websites on the internet having facebook poker cheats and hacks for those brave enough to download and install them. But many of these so called facebook poker cheats have viruses or trojan programs. The moment you install any of these your computer is at the risk of attacks by the creator of the program. He can then have access to vital information that you access from your computer. Leaving your facebook poker account at risk of been hacked. If you never download any of these programs then you’re probably safe, and if you have then you should run a spyware detection program. The best move will be for get your computer formatted to avoid any loop holes.

Phishing Links: This way of hacking has been thee for quite sometime now. Scammers send legitimate and official looking emails to your inbox. When you open them you are asked to click on the link and login in order to save your account or win free facebook poker chips, but in reality you are logging into a fake site that sends your information off to the scammer who made it. Before you find it out, its too late to react and they would have already broken into your account and emptied it of any facebook poker chips that you may have.

YouTube scams: If you do a search on youtube for facebook poker cheats, zynga poker hacks, or free facebook poker chips you’ll find hundreds of videos on the topic. More than 90% of them are made by idiots hoping to convince you to send them your account information. They range from slightly clever to completely moronic.

Image Photo Having Exe Embedded In it: This one is hard to catch. This is the latest fashion that is used by scammer, you will be asked to share family photo's. When you open their photo, that will innitiate an exe in the background which will steal all your information and send to the mastermind behind it. So be careful with whom you share photos.

Hope these tips help you saving your chips. Or have you already been diddled, if so, hard luck. get yourself a proper job, didn't your parents tell you it is stupid to gamble.

2 comments:

Graeme. said...

>
> Last night, my adult kids and I were sitting in the living
> room and I said to them, 'I never want to live in a vegetative state,
> dependent on some machine and fluids from a bottle. If that ever
> happens, just pull the plug.'
>
> They got up, unplugged the Computer, and threw out my wine.
>
> They are such assholes .

WALLY said...

I dont Gamble or smoke mr vest but i do like a beer now and then.