Con artists are increasingly taking to email and social media to grift Australians out of millions of dollars, with new data showing just how bad the problem is.
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A scam email was enough to bring down Australia's national broadcaster, with ABC News 24's Sydney studios being compromised by a "crypto-ransomware attack".
Telstra says it has seen a huge increase in telephone scams involving imposter employees tricking customers into disclosing their information.
A scam email, linked to a Russian phishing site, has been warning Australia Post customers that they need to pay to retrieve an uncollected parcel.
More Australians are getting scammed and they're losing almost $90 million a year to swindlers, with the number of people hit by phishing and identity theft cons almost doubling in a single year.
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