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McAfee launches Cyber crime Response Unit

McAfee launches a cyber crime response unit that gives advice and technical assistance on cyber crimes like identity theft. In this age of cyberspace prime importance needs to be given to internet security. Pernicious elements like malware, hackers and fishing sites are waiting for you on the net to attack at any time. To put up an end to all these threats, with a powerful weapon we require more technical assistance.

McAfee designed this online help center intending to assist victims of computer crime and provide information on how to avoid becoming a victim. The service gives you advice and technical assistance on identity theft, online family safety, safeguarding your computer, protecting online business, etc.

If you feel you have been a victim of cyber crime, just visit McAfee Cybercrime Response Unit and complete their risk assessment form and submit for a quick response.


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