May 28, 2023
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Singaporeans defrauded of $20,000 in QR code scam

Singapore’s “Straits Times” (Straits Times) reported this week that a local 60-year-old woman saw a QR code sticker at the door of a bubble tea shop, claiming that it was a questionnaire survey, which could be scanned and completed with a mobile phone. She got a free cup of milk tea, but after she downloaded it, malware was planted, and hackers stole $20,000 from her bank account.

Ewen Eagle

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