The final episode of Game of Thrones Season 8 will air this Sunday and fans have warned to download leaked or free episodes from unauthorized websites.
We already reported at the time of episode 4 and 5 that malicious malware has been distributed by name them Game of Thrones Season 8 Downloads free.
Now, it continues several new fake websites has been opened offering free downloads of season’s episode. But most of them are fake and intended to harm users by distributing viruses.
There is only one episodes left for end of season 8 and fans are expecting more intense, epic battle, and deaths. Additionally, what will happen? And what Daenerys will do in the next episode. We also reported that there are several leaks about the final episode, explaining how the season will end. Here you can check them:
By using the popularity, bad guys are trying to steal your information.
All fans of Game of Thrones waiting for this moment from 2011, where it first knocks into T.V shows from books. But unfortunately D and D ruined the whole best show and that’s it got 45% rating from the reviews houses it is not even close to previous seasons!
Besides that, there are some stories also going viral that, after turning Dany into Mad Queen that Jon or may be Arya (with the help of Grey Worm) will kill her in next episode.
Security experts have warned that cybercriminals target pirated episodes of Game of Thrones the most. These illegal-to-download Game of Thrones episodes carry the highest risk of containing malware viruses. So if you’re trying to watch Game of Thrones through illicit means then it could leave your computer with a crippling piece of code. The malware threat was revealed by BestVPN.com and Kaspersky Lab in a study that was conducted in 2018.
Mariya Fedorova, security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, said: “Other TV shows, such as Stranger Things, WestWorld and Orange is the New Black are not as popular as Game of Thrones. “Nevertheless, they are being used in malware distribution schemes.”
While Sean McGrath, editor of BestVPN.com, said: “These are exciting times for television fans.
“Streaming services have shaken things up and we are living through a new golden age of TV programming.
“But our love of television and desire to get things instantly makes us easy targets for those who wish to do us harm.
“Malicious executable files can easily be bound to video files, which means all a user needs to do is start watching a video and their computer could be infected.
“That’s why it’s vital to run quality antivirus software, regardless of platform or operating system.”
So, be safe and play right..!
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