Fraudulent E-mails Rich with Information Aid Success to Phishing Scams, Finds Study
Researchers from New York situated University at Buffalo recently commissioned a study which revealed that e-mails 'rich with information' and capable of changing cognitive processes of the recipients most commonly aided victory to phishing campaigns, published net-security.org, January 26, 2015.
» SPAMfighter News - 04-02-2015
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