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Hieu PC shakes hands with Coc Coc to kill fraudulent websites


Friday, May 28, 2021 15:00 PM (GMT+7)

Cybersecurity is an alarming issue when Vietnam once entered the top 10 countries with the worst information security in the world.

Currently, network security is an alarming issue when Vietnam once entered the top 10 countries with the worst information security in the world. Particularly in 2020, according to data from the National Cyber ​​Security Center (NCSC), up to 400,000 devices in Vietnam are infected with malicious code, more than 5,000 cyberattacks cause problems. into information technology systems.

Faced with that fact, the “Green Shield” campaign has just been launched by the Coc Coc web browser development team to create a safe internet environment for Vietnamese people. The campaign has the companionship of NCSC and Ngo Minh Hieu (Hieu PC) – once a famous hacker, now working as a network security engineer and the founder of the website. chongluadao.vn.

Malicious site report form to https://safe.coccoc.com/.

This campaign took place from May 20 to June 13 with a focus on calling on individuals to proactively report unsafe websites. Specifically, users can report websites with dangerous elements at https://safe.coccoc.com/.

After receiving the information, Coc Coc team together with NCSC and chongluadao.vn will check the reliability of the website. If it contains dangerous, fake content, … then Coc Coc will send a warning to millions of internet users when accessing.

In addition, the campaign will also provide information about risks in cyberspace and solutions to support people to proactively protect themselves and the community through promotional communication activities, communication programs. online save “Going safe online during COVID”.

Source: http://danviet.vn/hieu-pc-bat-tay-coc-coc-de-tram-cac-trang-web-lua-dao-50202128514588896.htm

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