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E-mail fraud targets Katrina

E-mail fraud targets Katrina

Online thieves are taking advantage of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, so be careful when responding to e-mail soliciations. The SANS organization yesterday issued a warning that phishers are creating domain names that might look like sites to donate money for relief efforts but may in fact be opportunities for criminals to steal your personal information. My advice: go directly to the Web site of a trusted relief agency and make your donation through that site. Do not rely on e-mail solicitations; you never know where you'll end up.