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[BitterWallet] there’s a raft of Skype phishing scams bombarding inboxes at the moment. Considering Skype has over half a billion users, there are no doubt rich pickings to be had by the scammers.
[Home] Skype-Based Phishing Email Spreading over Internet: advises about a latest phishing email which is targeting Skype users and is presently making rounds on the internet. Indeed, users are able to make voice calls on the internet with the help of this Skype software application.
[Techwatch Tech News: Digital & Satellite TV, 3DTV, HDTV, IPTV, Cable, Computers, Games, Mobile Phones, Broadband, Internet, Telecoms, VoIP, USB and Wireless] Security firms warn of Skype phishing attack: Websense is warning Skype users to beware of emails with “Download VOIP Addons for Skype Free Talks” in the subject line, which are being sent out in their thousands in a phishing attack.
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[Remove Spyware & Malware with SpyHunter - Enigma Software Group USA LLC] Fake Adobe Reader Upgrade and Pay-to-Download Skype Found in Email ...: The application Skype is an easy target because even though Skype can be used for free, some users do pay for certain features within Skype. You must understand that an application that is initially free but may charge for some type of added feature or premium service can sometimes be misunderstood and thus scammers take advantage of the confusion and attempt to pass of a free program as a paid one.
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[Security Corner > Security » Security] How to Combat Phishing Attempts - Security Corner: The first thing you have to learn here is to NEVER CLICK on any links sent to you in email, chats, Skype, whatever until and unless you have verified their source and authenticity. The link above is obviously fake to those of us in the know, but to a normal user, it looks like it came from Skype.
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