Romania phishing ring busted

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Some 20 international phishers were arrested this week in Romania, suspected of stealing the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of dollars from victims tricked into revealing their login credentials online, according to reports. The suspects, rounded up on Wednesday, were thought by police to be members of two separate gangs that set up counterfeit banking websites. When victims visited the sites, they were duped into entering their personal information. — CAM
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