12381 Fraud early warning to discourage the activation of the SMS system-


  beware!

You are being scammed

  Our reporter Huang Xin intern Ma Yuxiaoxu

  Be careful if you receive a text message from 12381!

This shows that you may be experiencing scams.

  Recently, after sending a message to a test number, the reporter received a text message from 12381, which read: "National Anti-Fraud Center, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Anti-Fraud Center: You are having a call or text message with the fraudulent phone number ending in 8331. If you encounter a'false credit' scam, you must be vigilant and beware of being deceived. If you have any questions, please call 110 or 96110 in time."

  This is the 12381 fraud warning and dissuasion short message system recently launched by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Public Security.

"In the early stage, we have worked with the public security organs to analyze the 49 batches of more than 18,000 numbers involved in the case and identified 489,000 potential warning numbers, and successfully discouraged nearly 300,000 users, with an effective rate of more than 60%." said Sui Jing, director of the Network Security Administration of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

  Early warning to discourage victim users

  It is understood that the 12381 fraud-related early warning and dissuasion short message system is mainly based on the number involved in the case provided by the public security organs, using big data, artificial intelligence and other technologies to automatically identify the phone numbers that the number involved in the case has contacted, and promptly send early warning and discouraging text messages to these phone numbers to remind them Users are wary of potential fraud risks.

  Sui Jing introduced in an interview that the system supports early warning of potential victims across the country, and can send early warning and dissuasive text messages to users who "have" or "repeatedly" contacted scammers by phone and text messages to remind users of being deceived. risk.

It also supports multi-category early warning. The early warning system will mark according to the type of number involved in the case provided by the public security organs, and send corresponding early warning and discouraging short messages in accordance with 9 different categories, such as "loan", "rebate for rebate", and "pretending to be the public security law".

  At the same time, users do not have to worry about personal privacy issues.

According to reports, the system is not associated with user personal information, and there is no human intervention in the whole process. In addition, data anti-attack, anti-leakage, anti-theft and other security protection techniques are designed in data circulation, SMS sending and other links, which can effectively protect user information security.

  What should I do after receiving the 12381 warning message?

"First of all, we must confirm whether the SMS sending number is 12381. Secondly, we must check the end number of the fraudulent number in the 12381 early warning SMS, and stop the call or SMS behavior with it in time. The last thing to be emphasized is that the 12381 early warning SMS does not contain any links. , WeChat, QQ number, other phone numbers, etc., without any reply or callback. If you have any questions, you can call 110 or 96110 in time for consultation. It is also recommended that users apply for emergency stop payment of funds to banks and other payment institutions to avoid Property loss." Sui Jing said.

  Fully deploy industry anti-fraud

  Anti-fraud must start from the source.

Sui Jing introduced that in order to promote industry source governance, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has deepened the real-name system for phone calls and the security management of IoT cards, strictly controlled the security risks of key fraud-related businesses, established a sound long-term mechanism, and tightened and compacted basic telecommunications companies, mobile communication resale companies, and the Internet. The chain of anti-fraud responsibility of platform companies.

  According to statistics, in the first half of the year, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology conducted three rounds of network inspections on 93 provincial-level basic telecommunications companies and nearly 150 million Internet of Things cards across the country, and cleared 16.41 million illegal industry cards from 39 mobile communication resale companies. At the root cause, squeeze the space for illegal and criminal activities.

  "Cat Pool" is a hardware device for network communication, which can convert traditional telephone signals into network signals. A "Cat Pool" device can support multiple mobile phone calls at the same time, as well as group text messaging, remote control, and card machine separation. And other functions.

This was originally a device to facilitate communication between units and companies, but some people with ulterior motives use it to engage in illegal and criminal activities.

  Since May, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has acted hard and has directly attacked the pain points of anti-fraud through "card breaking" and "cat hitting".

In conjunction with the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Public Security issued a notice on the legally clearing up and rectifying fraudulent phone cards, Internet of Things cards, and associated Internet accounts, and instructed telecommunications companies to establish a “second real person authentication” system for high-risk phone cards.

On the other side, a "special action for hitting cats" was launched.

Aiming at the problem of difficulty in locating fraud by using "cat pool", GoIP (a virtual dialing device) equipment and other remote control devices, quickly set up 15 industry "cat hunting teams" and expert databases, and researched and deployed the "cat hitting" technology platform and monitoring Model to form a working mechanism for rapid verification and disposal of clues.

As of the end of June, three basic telecommunications companies and public security agencies have cracked down on 94 "cat pool" dens and arrested 282 criminal suspects.

  Weaving secret anti-fraud protection net

  Sui Jing said frankly that in the face of the current fierce confrontation of telecommunications network fraud technology, we must adhere to the "network management network and technology management network", and accelerate the construction of a national integrated technical defense system.

  To this end, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has organized the construction of a large anti-fraud platform for the information and communication industry, opened up the industry command platform, basic telecommunications companies, key Internet companies and other related system platforms, broke the "data barriers", and realized the number, domain name, Internet account number, and information involved. The ability to quickly deal with fraudulent calls and text messages, such as "one-click delivery, effective on the entire network".

During the trial operation of the platform, a total of 18,000 code numbers involved in the case, more than 91,000 websites/domain names/IP addresses, and 12,000 Internet accounts were handled.

  According to Xie Pan, deputy general manager of China Unicom's Digital Department (Information Security Department), China Unicom's big data platform performs full analysis on more than 1 billion pieces of data every day, identifies fraud-related clues, and provides them to the public security department, and has established a quick check and quick check. Mechanism to quickly shut down fraud-related numbers and push fraud-related clues to the handling personnel as soon as possible.

  "Information cybercrime has seriously infringed on the rights and interests of users. We must properly control the three barriers, namely, gateway access, activation barriers, and usage barriers, and continuously improve technical means to increase prevention." Deputy General Manager of China Telecom Network and Information Security Management Department Zhang Kan told reporters that China Telecom strictly controls the information verification when users are activated on the network, and creates a one-click shutdown capability. The average processing time has been shortened to the minute level, and a series of network anti-fraud and anti-fraud security services such as "calling business cards" are provided.

  According to Zhao Gang, deputy general manager of China Mobile's Confidential Center, China Mobile, based on its big data platform, identifies fraudulent numbers through user access and communication behaviors, and shuts down after verification.

At the same time, it cooperated with the Ministry of Public Security to carry out the "Broken Card 2.0" work to conduct a full second real-person authentication and cleaning of the 90-day "three nos" (no voice, no text messages, and no traffic bills) sleep card.

  In the anti-fraud prevention work, it is also very important to prevent fraud in advance, and publicity and education are also very important.

According to the relevant person in charge of Douyin, in the past two years, Douyin has successively cooperated with the Inter-Ministry Joint Conference Office of the State Council to Combat New Types of Illegal Crimes on Telecommunications Networks and the National Anti-Fraud Center to carry out anti-fraud theme Douyin Security Week activities.

At present, the anti-fraud and anti-fraud propaganda and education videos have been played more than 2.3 billion times under the topic of Douyin's "Anti-fraud Collector".

Huang Xin

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