I've recently gotten an email in my gmail inbox where the sender (a.k.a. "Scumbag") is attempting to sucker me out of my Battle.net login credentials by pretending to be sent from Blizzard Entertainment themselves. Of course, par for the course, the email portrays a sense of relative impending doom (to your account) and you must hurry and confirm that you're the original owner of the account. Below is a paste of the actual email:
|There's a new FaceBook virus going around .... It's actually a "Phish", which means you are baited into going to a false page that looks just like the FaceBook login page, where unsuspecting people may think they've somehow been logged out of FaceBook and re-enter their login and password. Once they do, the "phishermen" log and save your login information, and use your profile however they want.
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Tue, 08/25/2009 - 8:32am — GeekGirl
She may fry your computer!
McAfee, Inc. has put Jessica Biel at the top of their list as the most dangerous celebrity to search for online.
She is the most dangerous celebrity to search in cyberspace .
Fans searching for
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