Caught in a honey trap

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The method behind the 419, better known as the Nigerian Money Scam, is as old as the hills. David Quainton catches himself a phish

The SC Magazine inbox, much like any other inbox, is filled daily with a healthy dose of spam email. Advertisements for Viagra and "horny housewives" intermingle with phishing scams offering cash to anyone willing to give away their bank account details. So when an email arrived in January ...

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