New Sophistication in Phishing Scams

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London, UK - 13 January 2004, 15:30 GMT - Just as internet users are becoming accustomed to spotting online "phishing" scams, there is a new twist in the financial frauds tale. In early 2003, phishing scams were crudely implemented and easy to notice because the URL or domain name used for perpetrating the crime was never quite the same as the genuine internet site it was mimicking. For example, www.genuinebank.com would be www.genuine-bank1.com or other minor variations.


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