AnyDesk Hacked? No! Beware of SCAM Websites

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    Robin C

    For a second, I thought AnyDesk Hacked when I was searching for “Anydesk iPad” in Google Search. I was surprised that these Phishing Websites are still allowed in Google Adwords. The program that allows any one to publish Ads in Google Search and other websites through Google Ad Network, used by Scammers and Hackers at times.

    New users and elderly computer users could easily fall for this type of Scams.

    anydesk hacked scam google search

    When you search for anydesk remote desktop software for Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone or iPad, beware to verify the website you click on that search result twice or thrice. Then proceed downloading the software.

    Downloading any software or app from other websites could let Hackers to Hijack your computer and network.

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    Anydesk Hacked? No! Beware of Scam Websites

    People search for Anydesk or Team Viewer apps to access their computers remotely. It’s very convenient and at the same time, we have to be cautious while downloading such softwares. In this case, Anydesk is Not Hacked, it’s the website that cloned Anydesk website and could contain malware or remote access trojan in its downloads section.

    Beware of Scam Websites and Phishing Websites. Download only from the Software Developer website.

    Thanks for reading, and do share this post with your friends at Twitter and Facebook to alert them as well. Have a wonderful day.

    Also Read, How to Setup and Use Universal Control on Mac and iPad?

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