Teaching Consumers On-Line Safety Easiest When They Take the Bait

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) and Carnegie Mellon Universitys Supporting Trust Decisions Project have established a phishing page redirect initiative that protects global online consumers who have been tricked into clicking links in scam emails by delivering them to Web pages that instruct them on the dangers of phishing and how to avoid them. The program was announced today at the APWG conference in Atlanta.



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