Study Shows Phishers Don’t Really Catch Much

By AllSpammedUp.com Security, hackers, phishers

Researchers at Microsoft have discovered that most phishing scams bring in little to no money. Their study blames this on the oversaturation factor. Just as overfishing has caused a deep decline in certain fish populations, the sheer number of phishing scammers seeking maximum returns has resulted in “overgrazing.” The other problem facing them is that the more phishing scams a person comes across, the wiser and less likely to fall for them they become. Read the rest of this entry>>

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