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Our cover features three high-end superstars, fronted by the Dream Play ' CD turntable' and partnering DAC from Metronome's flagship Kalista brand.Javvad Malik, security advocate at Alien Vault, said that these findings aren’t surprising, as alongside enticing people with money, employment or threats, love is a common vector cyber-criminals use to try and gain peoples trust to defraud them.“The problem for many dating sites is that their model is built upon having as many active profiles as possible to attract new customers.However, Malik said, legitimate sites need to add a layer of user validation, or some form of vetting that can deter fraudsters from setting up multiple fake profiles and spamming unsuspecting victims. Obviously, people go on dating sites in the hope of meeting someone.But don’t be fooled by a good-looking profile suddenly expressing an intense desire to become your soul mate.Look for signs such as them being abroad, vague with details, or always too busy to meet or speak on the phone.” There were sentiments shared by Mark James, IT security specialist at ESET: “Sadly the figures are not surprising at all, most criminals are not stupid, they often know just how to manipulate or pressure people into handing over their hard earned money.

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