Fun And Easy Way To Learn About Phishing

Heard the term “phishing” but unsure what it means or how to tell if someone is doing it?

Or maybe you’re up to speed on it, but you have family members and friends who might not recognize a phishing site?

Either way, take a look at Carnegie Mellon’s Anti-Phishing Phil, a game that teaches people to identify (and avoid being tricked by) phishing websites.

Play the game.

More on Phishing… And What It Means To Email Marketers

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  1. kenneth young

    10/10/2007 9:43 am

    Hi my name is Kenneth Young and I played the phishing game and I noticed a number of the sites looks like sites that affiliate promoters use and could a person like myself put the good in with the bad by mistake.

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