Number of fake apple.com phishing sites exceed the daily average by several times

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  1. This is wrong: ” Those phishing emails can be spotted with a watchful eye, says SecureList ” – there are literally dozens of DIFFERENT ways hackers attack you via phishing, including malware delivery, zero-day-exploits, fake access points and other MitM, and so many online databases have been stolen in the past, that every good hacker out there already knows your name.

    Apple need to try harder to protect their customers, such as by using mutual-authentication and transaction verification solutions – and not by stupidly hoping that all their billions of users will somehow manage to “not get tricked” by these increasingly sophisticated attackers!

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