Miami man accused of creating Hurricane Katrina phishing website
SophosLabs have reminded computer users of the dangers of identity theft as a 20 year old man is charged in relation to a phishing website which claimed to collect money for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Jovany Desir of Miami, Florida, has been accused by a federal grand jury in in Western Pennsylvania of creating a bogus American Red Cross website, as well as phony banking, auction and online payment sites, in an attempt to steal names, addresses, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, passwords, Personal Identification Numbers and other information. Miami man accused of creating Hurricane Katrina phishing website
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