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Controversy has erupted around the free online dating site, PlentyofFish.com, after the Web site was
found to contain a serious security vulnerability that could have potentially exposed the personal
information of some 30 million users.
Scammers are offering prospective marks an application that supposedly shields them from exposure to survey scams. Naturally, you first have to fill in a survey to install the script,
which is punted through Userscripts(dot)org. Read the full article. [The Register]
Emails purportedly coming from American Express are making the rounds of inboxes this month. The link in the email takes them to an AmEx website lookalike, where if
they enter the requested information, it gets sent to cybercriminals. Read the full article. [Help Net Security]