Month: March 2010

How Banks Are Losing Millions from Phishing

With all the recent changes in the banking and credit card industries, you’re bound to get more than a few e-mails or letters from your bank or credit card company.

But, wait. Was that last e-mail really from your bank?

It might have been, but there’s a pretty good chance it might not have been. Phishing is a pretty common practice for those trying to steal your identity. All they need is you username and password, and off they go, taking all your private financial information with them. Phishing is serious and you’ve probably been targeted whether you realize it or not.

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Toyota recalls across the world: full list so far

When Toyota took over from General Motors as the world largest producer of motor vehicles in 2007 it was largely thanks to a reputation for durability that had been forged over decades. Toyota’s brand values have little to do with excitement or driving pleasure and everything to do with the comforting knowledge that this car will get you from A to B with a minimum of fuss and bother.

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