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1-15-2010 @ 3:19PM
I'd also like to point out that you should always mouse over hyperlink text before clicking on it.In the phishing emails I receive (at least one daily), there's always a legitimate looking link to the WoW homepage. However, if you mouse over it, you can tell that it directs to a sleazy looking URL such as worldofwacrarft.com or something to that end. Not that the spelling and grammar errors aren't a clue, or the emails asking for account name, password, security question, etc. aren't dead giveaways, but it's always a good idea to point these things out.
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