One in 10 snared by fake 'phishing' messages

  • One in 10 internet users may be lured into handing over sensitive personal information such as a credit card number, by fraudulent "phishing" emails, research suggests.

    A phishing message closely resembles a legitimate email from a genuine bank or online shop.

    Read the complete story here. (New Scientist)

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