Thursday, June 2nd, 2005 by
1 June 2005
Phishing scams have been casting their nets in two of the biggest Instant Messaging (IM) programs since the end of May. Though the scams are different, the underlying message is clear. The message I’m referring to is that phishing attacks have a new, less secure avenue in which to deceive end-users into coughing up personal information.
This is significant due to the fact that many… Continue reading