Research finds no way to beat phishing

Friday, 14 April 2006, 12:38 AM EST

One of the largest studies yet into phishing has concluded that people will always be fooled by phishing sites, regardless of technical knowledge.

The study, conducted by Harvard University and UC Berkley, showed respondents twenty web sites, 13 of which were set up for phishing.

At vnunet.

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