by John McCormick Published: 10/10/05
Phishing scams are on the rise, and some are even beginning to target businesses rather than individual users. But regardless of the target, phishing takes a toll on more than the actual individual victim. John McCormick discusses the long-range effects of these scams and analyzes a pioneering new anti-phishing law.
We're still waiting for those Microsoft security bulletins, which Redmond has promised to release this week, and there's still a nice lull in new vulnerabilities and viruses. However, we can't say the same for phishing scams, which are still on the rise.
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