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PostSubject: Phishing scam targets MobileMe users   Tue Aug 12, 2008 12:51 pm

[quoteAn email purporting to be from Apple alerting users to a billing problem is, in fact, a phishing scam that's targeting users of Apple's online service, Macworld has learned.

The email, forwarded to Macworld by a reader, looks like an official communication from Apple regarding MobileMe, the company's subscription service. The email states: "We were unable to process your most recent payment. Did you recently change your bank, phone number or credit card?" Users are then invited to click on a link to enter that information- but that link opens a web page in your browser that does not appear to be affiliated with Apple or MobileMe (the other links in the email do point to pages on Apple's official site).[/quote]


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