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Scam Alert: LinkedIn Users Hit by Malware From Fake Job Offers

With rampant unemployment ongoing, a job offer through LinkedIn can seem like a godsend. Watch out, though, as some offers aren’t what they seem.

By Neil J. Rubenking

The common, garden-variety phishing attack uses a technique some experts call spray and pray. Fraudsters set up a clone of some sensitive site such as an online…

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