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The greeting card company is now using an anti-phishing standard known as DMARC to help block fake e-mails.
Pretending to be Facebook Security, scammers are sending chat messages to people trying to get their account information and credit card data.
Successful attacks require recipients of phishing e-mails to open an HTML attachment and fill out a form before data is sent to a compromised Web server for harvesting.
All the security software in the world can't put malware purveyors out of business. The weak link in any computer security scheme is the gray matter positioned between the monitor and the keyboard. Use it or lose.
Microsoft has taken out a lawsuit against companies and individuals that have allegedly attempted to obtain usernames and passwords from users of its IM service.
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Once a favorite of spammers, Google Calendar is now being targeted by phishers using e-mail referencing a legitimate event that asks for user name and password.
Popular music site is targeted by phony site where thieves ask for credit card, social security, and mother's maiden name information.
A new IRS site that allows taxpayers to check on the status of their refund checks could lead to users being phished.
Domains of several new phishing sites are cropping up with known Storm worm domains. F-Secure researchers think phishers are leasing parts of the larger botnet.