AOL reports imperiled user security

Friday, 9 December 2005, 2:31 AM EST

"Phishers are getting better at tricking consumers into revealing their bank account and financial information, and most Americans can't tell the difference between real e-mails and the growing flood of scams that lead to fraud and identity theft," said a statement from AOL Senior Vice President and Chief Trust Officer Tatiana Platt.

At E-Commerce News.

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