A report from cybersecurity firm Webroot shows that almost all (92%) illegal football streaming websites contain some form of malicious content, from malware and phishing lures to social engineering scams. This puts fans at considerable risk

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In fact, Webroot says in its report that anyone who used an illegal website to watch last weekend’s Carabao Cup Final or games from Europe’s top domestic leagues will have potentially been exposed to a sophisticated cryptocurrency scam orchestrated to steal banking credentials.

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