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Google could be making millions from "typosquatting" because its network of display ads--from which it receives a cut of the profits--run on the typo'd sites.
Pretty high, according to a new report from McAfee. To be exact, you have a 1-in-14 chance of doing so when entering the URL of a popular Web site.
Security firm predicts scammers will try to use exploits to manipulate the stock market. Also: Expect more social engineering that piggybacks on big news events.