Phishing attacks reached a new high at the end of 2005 after growing steadily all year, according to a study published Wednesday. The number of unique e-mail-based fraud attacks detected in November 2005 was 16,882, almost double the 8,975 attacks launched in November 2004, said the report, published by the Anti-Phishing Working Group, an industry consortium that provides information on phishing trends. Full Story
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