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Apple ID Phishing Scam Won’t Take Fake Data

01
Apr
2014

At this point, the average Internet user has seen every quick-and-dirty phishing scam in the book and knows how to avoid them. Take, for example, the appleidconfirm.net scam, which provides a near-exact facsimile of Apple’s website to part you from your billing information — and even checks to make sure that the email address and credit-card number you give it are real. The information comes by way of a blog post from the SANS Institute Internet Storm Center, an American organization that monitors online security.

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