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Public Address - Plenty More Phish In The Sea

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/04/06 - Plenty More Phish in the Sea

Plenty more phishes in the sea... | Apr 12, 2006 17:11
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

Mike O'Donnell, Head of Business at TradeMe, confirms that a phishing attacking is doing the rounds, but says that only around 75 TradeMe users have had their passwords stolen. Presumably a great deal more people received the email, but O'Donnell says that users are wising up and becoming less likely...,


To boldly split an infinitive | Apr 12, 2006 10:54
Graham Reid's many things

Some time in the mid 70s the late Alistair Cooke -- in one of his patrician but always fascinating Letter From America programmes -- spoke about an old editor he worked under. On a slow news day the editor would haul out a book of important events in history and...,


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