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Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Gmail Phishing Scam
Some scammers have been trying to fool Gmail account holders into giving up their usernames and passwords. They receive an email that purports to bring more invites if the user just fills out the form. Don't be fooled. Common practice is that no company ever sends an email asking for your username and password. As an internet user, you need to be up on the latest fraud techniques. If you are not sure if you can thwart phishers, take Mailfrontier's Phishing IQ test.

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