Got phish? Drop 'em in the 'Phishtank'

Friday, 6 October 2006, 5:08 AM EST

Chances are that you regularly receive "phish" in your inbox -- e-mail messages that try to lure you into giving away your personal and financial data at fake bank or e-commerce Web sites. If you're at all like me, you probably long ago stopped alerting the banks or companies being impersonated in the fake e-mails after time and again receiving the same impersonal and automated reply: "Yeah, thanks, we're on it."

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