The master locksmith of the city faces the police headquarters in lime and shows us the EXPRESS reporters, batch lists–lists of incoming phone numbers.
The “Klingelstreich” is perfidious, provides the Federal Network Agency before a puzzle even the experts and has enormous dimensions: thousands of citizens from Flensburg to Munich, which received SMS “I need to your help, call me quick.”
Or even more dramatic: “It happened something bad. Call!” To the Cologne landline number of his company, with call forwarding on his cell phone: “I am ready, no customer can reach me, my laboriously built existence is under threat.”
Meanwhile, his phone rings constantly. EXPRESS spoke with callers who had contacted him: “I thought a member would have had an accident – and wanted to reach me with a foreign mobile phone,” says a man from Göttingen. A Bayer reported his son is abroad: he also thought of a misfortune, recalled immediately good natured.
Now determine the Kripo Cologne for “Computer fraud” in the mysterious case. But this is a hard nut to crack: the sender is unknown, the SMS phone numbers result in foreign countries or are unavailable. A typical case of the costs seems not to exist. Only the nerves of Kubin ski – are more than bare…
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