Police Arrested Cyber Suspects of Konkur Who Had Received 100 Thousand Tethers from Volunteers

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Police Arrested Cyber Suspects of Konkur Who Had Received 100 Thousand Tethers from Volunteers

Cyber police arrested suspects in the university entrance exam fraud case who had received 100,000 Tethers from volunteers.

The head of the cyber police on information production and exchange space said that the actions of cyber criminals in the field of the university entrance exam included receiving large sums of money from volunteers.

We arrested several suspects who had received 100,000 Tethers for fraudulent activities.

Some fraudsters had offered to deliver fake exam questions in exchange for receiving gold coins or had said that money needed to be transferred in the middle of the road.

The issue of prevention in the field of exam security is important.

Using encrypted algorithms helps in this prevention.

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