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China launches campaign against fraudulent websites

(People's Daily Overseas Edition)

14:42, December 31, 2011

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

The URLs of the official websites of five state-owned banks (Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank and Postal Savings Bank of China), the China UnionPay and China Electronic Bank Net will be highlighted in searching results in an attempt to prevent netizens from visiting fraudulent websites.

To curb the fraudulent websites, the Ministry of Public Security of China recently discussed about solutions with Chinese main financial centers, commercial banks as well as Internet search engine websites.

The ministry has worked together with the China UnionPay, China Financial Certification Authority and some commercial banks and communicated with 10 main Internet search engine websites of China (baidu.com, jike.com, cn.bing.com, sogou.com, youdao.com, soso.com, yahoo.cn, zhongsou.com, panguso.com and qihoo.com).

The search engine websites have technologically rebuilt their search engines so that the official websites of the financial institutions will be shown at the first place of the searching results.

Some search engines can also distinguish the official websites of these financial institutions by showing their logos.

Internet users can search for these banks by entering their names as key words, and then they can visit the official websites by clicking the first entry in the searching results.

This way, they can avoid visiting fraudulent websites, which steal personal information.

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