Real-world hooks add allure to phishing

Monday, 1 May 2006, 1:01 AM EST

Phishing attacks are increasingly using offline components to appear more trustworthy, according to security firms.

This week, security firm Cloudmark warned that two customers had been targeted with phishing attacks that used real phone numbers to collect personal information from the victims.

At SecurityFocus.

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