Google released a few new features to Gmail overnight. If you're a Gmail user, please refer to this post as "Captain Obvious States the McObvious."
If you're not a Gmail user or you don't ever check your e-mail (sloth is a deadly sin, detective Mills), then here's a list of said features:
Gartner: Targeted phishing attacks target the rich
Fiona Raisbeck Nov 10 2006 15:09
Fraudsters are targeting phishing attacks at high wage-earners to steal large sums of money, according to new research.
The report, released yesterday by Gartner, shows cybercriminals are identifying wealthy targets, who are more likely to make transactions on the internet. People earning more than $100,000 per year are attacked more often than those receiving less money, according to the research.
On average, high earning people lost $4,362 in phishing scams - almost four times more than other victims, according to the findings.
The study found that the number of phishing attacks has doubled since 2004, with 109 million adults in the United States alone receiving a phishing email, up from 57 million two years ago. Financial losses from phishing scams this year have risen to about $2.8 billion - twice the amount lost in 2004.