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7. Dating Thai Ladies Online – It’s Just an Internet Scam – AskGeoffrey@DateThaiLadies.Com

Meet your beautiful Thai Lady on: www.DateThaiLadies.Com Is DateThaiLadies.com An Internet Scam? Is it really possible to visit Thailand and date as many beautiful young Thai ladies as you’d like for one low membership fee? Is it true that membership fee includes unlimited chauffeured dates with Ladies YOU choose from our platinum list? Read More….

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Former Arizona Governor Candidate Returning To Valley After Ukrainian Dating Scam!

www.ukrainianbridesecrets.com Former Arizona Governor Candidate Returning To Valley After Ukrainian Dating Scam! Don’t Fall For A Ukrainian Dating Scam! Learn How To Successfully Seek, Find, And Win The Heart Of Your Ideal Ukrainian Lady! At Last, The Secrets To Ukrainian Dating, Marriage And Culture – Revealed! Read More….

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Pernicious malware continues to use DOJ’s name in online scam

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security Image Caption:  Fake DOJ screen Electronic scammers continue to circulate malware that uses a fake U.S. Department of Justice intellectual property Website to electronically hold a user’s computers hostage until they use electronic payments to release them. The FBI’s Internet Crime and Complaint Center (IC3) reported back in June […]

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Five-Year Sentence for Role in Phishing Scam (May 18, 2012)

A California woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for her role in phishing ring that netted members more than US $1 million……. View full post on SANS NewsBites

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ProtectMyID: Planning a move? Don’t get caught up in a #realestate #scam. Know when to be on guard. http://t.co/WXGFdGKh

ProtectMyID: Planning a move? Don’t get caught up in a #realestate #scam. Know when to be on guard. http://t.co/WXGFdGKh
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Peering Into a Pinterest Scam Toolkit

Pinterest is getting lots of media attention lately. Spammers are also starting to exploit the social-media “pinup” site to make quick money. We have found that there are already lots of ready-to-use tools that make it easy for anyone to start Pinterest scams without much difficulty or technical skill. These …

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FBI Warns Business Travellers Of Hotel Wi-Fi Malware Scam

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‘It’s True’: Arianna Huffington’s Email Allegedly Hacked by Nigerian Scam Artists

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Reports are confirming that the Arianna Huffington’s email account was indeed hacked by Nigerian scam artists, following a dubious email sent by the woman’s AOL account to various contacts in her address book.

The email allegedly read: “I uploaded an important document I want you to see.”

It then told readers: “Click here to view the document using google docs, just sign in with your email.”

Recipients were then redirected to a fraudulent website that asked readers for their respective usernames and passwords, thereby repeating the cycle and enabling the hackers to access all of their personal accounts.

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“Arianna’s AOL account emailed me (presumably a virus) this morning,” one of the email’s unlucky recipients reportedly remarked.  “I wonder who will be castrated for this oversight.”

Arianna Huffington reportedly confirmed the hack in an email to Gawker‘s Maureen O’Connor, saying: “Our tech department investigated and discovered it was hackers from Nigeria, and no I’m not giving up my AOL email.”

Gawker relates the entire conversation:

Huffington Email Hacked (Photo: Gawker)

(Photo: Gawker)

At least the email was somewhat believable– though it would have been funnier if the Huffington Post’s famous namesake clicked on an email from a desperate Nigerian “prince” who sincerely promised that she is actually part of the country’s royal family.

(H/T: Gawker)

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Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/true-arianna-huffington-email-allegedly-hacked-nigerian-scam-215409056.html

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Credit card scam ringleader sentenced in Albany

The ringleader in a counterfeit credit card ring will spend the next nine to 18 years behind bars.Resean Blount was sentenced yesterday in Albany County Court.

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