Ecards used in data thieving scam
Cybercrooks are using ecards that appear to come from a secret admirer in a scam to collect sensitive personal information, a security expert has warned.
Data including credit card numbers, online banking credentials, and log-in names and passwords of thousands of individuals from Australia and the U.S. has already been collected in the scam, Roger Thompson, chief technology officer at security software maker Exploit Prevention Labs, said in an interview Wednesday. E-cards used in data-thieving scam | Tech News on ZDNet
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