Minute Physics warns about YouTube phishing attacks

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+17 1. aegwolgen commented 10 years ago

duhhhhhh :|
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+13 2. HughJass commented 10 years ago

Any email that says "Dear Customer" should be deleted immediately.

"Im sorry customer, we have somehow managed to loose every single bit of information we have about you... Except for your email address"
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+8 3. IDK399 commented 10 years ago

People still fall for this? I guess there's one born every minute.
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+6 4. torbengb commented 10 years ago

#3 they're called "parents" and most people have them.
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+3 5. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

#4 Actually Teenagers are statistically more likely to click on items like this especially if there is a suggestion of winning something or a free gift (i) Parents have usually learnt that if it looks too good to be true likely it is. Most teenagers think that the world not only owes them something, that their parents are their slaves and don't have sex (and never Oral, yeah right!) that they are the best drivers in the world after 25 lessons (even though their insurance company charge them £2000 a year for a policy compared to £200 for their parents (derr wonder why that might be.) >:)

Teenagers the ultimate knowledge of inexperience... Ohhh sorry had teenage rant mode engaged. >:)
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+16 6. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

Always look at the 'ínfo' bar at the bottom of the screen. It shows the 'real' url you are going to click.
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+2 7. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

Ya, they can do a lots of stuff with your account. That is specially true if your account is linked with Google Wallet.
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-2 8. Pizzaface1951 commented 10 years ago

#4 and #5 It looks like you guys get 87% of your statistics from the same place I do. My ass.
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+2 9. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

be sure to call the internet police
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+5 10. samxgx commented 10 years ago

#8, they say about 74.6503% of all statistics are all made up on the spot!
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0 11. bendb commented 10 years ago

#6 Not always, they can disguise links using an @ symbol and if they make them long enough it might look legit to the untrained eye.

Example, the following link directs you to google not youtube (in chrome at least):

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0 12. joeman commented 9 years ago

Fear Monger...