Think you can distinguish between a human and a #robot on the telephone? Are you sure? The new ones #software malevolent people are very similar to humans, they can call us at home and ask for personal data, and it would be really difficult to say that we are talking to a robot. A perfect Italian, a blow and response that does not raise doubts. But if they ask us for a credit card, it's almost certainly a scam.
#Scams very sophisticated, made by robots, but obviously organized by real scammers. The new frontier of cyber crime uses artificial intelligence systems capable of simulating human behavior, thanks to advanced artificial intelligence systems. These software can make phone calls, send emails or create chats on Facebook, to steal confidential information from us.
How then to recognize the false human? Experts say they do it irrelevant requests (like: "sing me happy birthday!"), to understand if there is a real person or not on the other side of the line. But it's not always that simple. There are #malware who install themselves on the phone, steal credit card data and also block calls to our bank.
In short, malware is more and more evolved, and will soon invade the Internet of Things: they can block our front door or car asking us for money in return. Anything that has a chip can be hacked: let's just hope to keep up with the times when it comes to antivirus too.