Post Grams Not Scams: Detecting Money Flipping Scams on Instagram Using Machine Learning

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Download The rise of social networking has created an unprecedented platform for the average Joe to engage and interact on a global scale. There is, unfortunately, a darker side to this evolution. The ZeroFOX Research Team has put the spotlight on the massive underground world of scammers targeting major financial institutions and their customers across Instagram. The scams, called money flipping scams, extort victims into sending money or disclosing banking information. Get an exclusive look at how ZeroFOX built machine learning classifiers to expose this growing problem.

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