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This Infographic Shows the Common Ways Scammers Try to Phish Your Account

Chances are if your email or social media account has ever been compromised, you accidentally gave your credentials to the scammers yourself. The most common way to infiltrate an account is called phishing, in which people trick you into handing over your login info to false websites that look legitimate. Read more...
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