Katrina scams proliferate

Wednesday, 21 September 2005, 1:11 AM EST

Hurricane Katrina is still wreaking havoc online weeks after its initial punch. Katrina scams are showing up in inboxes and on Web sites, preying on the good-willed, the vulnerable, and even sometimes the greedy.

Scams include identity theft, Trojan horses, bogus investments, and credit-card fraud.

By Tom Spring at Computerworld.

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