ID harvest scam targets AOL users

Monday, 19 May 2003, 11:25 PM EST

Scammers are sending out invitations targeted at AOL members asking them to click on a link, which states that recipients have seven unread email messages.

These invitations, although they are been sent via spam messages from dodgy sounding addresses like AOLIsDirectToYoudsfh5k@oxw8zri4.com to world+dog, link to a plausible Web site.

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