EBay users hit by mass phishing attacks

Tuesday, 3 January 2006, 3:45 PM EST

Popular online auction site eBay was the target for 96 per cent of all UK phishing attacks in December, according to security specialists Fortinet. Fraudsters seem to have anticipated the Christmas rush to use eBay to buy presents - and sell unwanted ones - and are targeting eBay users in a widespread assault.

At vnunet.

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