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PostSubject: Sources Used For Phishing   Sun May 10, 2009 3:43 pm

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Phishing is a type of deception designed to steal your valuable personal data, such as credit card numbers, Windows Live IDs, other account data and passwords, or other information.

You might see a phishing scam:
In e-mail messages, even if they appear to be from a coworker or someone you know.
On your social networking Web site.
On a fake Web site that accepts donations for charity.
On Web sites that spoof your familiar sites using slightly different Web addresses, hoping you won't notice.
In your instant message program.
On your cell phone or other mobile device.
Often
phishing scams rely on placing links in e-mail messages, on Web sites,
or in instant messages that seem to come from a service that you trust,
like your bank, credit card company, or social networking site.
There are many other ways such as DNS spoofing etc.If You Think you have something new for topic,feel free to post
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