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|10th March 2005, 13:26||#1|
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Ebay Foils Phishers by Removing Password Requirement
San Jose, CA – Ebay claimed a victory against phishers today when it removed the need for passwords on user accounts.
A phisher tries to trick computer users into giving up their user name and passwords by send an official looking e-mail directing the victim to a page, which looks real, but is only used to scam the victim.
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