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Gone phishin': CyLab exposes how our ability to spot phishing emails is far from perfect

(College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University) Each year, tens of millions of phishing emails make it to your inbox, uncaught by your email client's spam filter. Of those, millions more slide past our own judgment and are clicked and opened. A recent study out of Carnegie Mellon's CyLab Security and Privacy Institute has revealed just how likely we are to take the bait.
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