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Submission + - What do you do with phishing/fraudulent e-mails?

AriaStar writes: "Phishing e-mails are pretty much a part of life these days, and I see more of them than the typical person as I specialize in stopping them. When you get these messages, do you delete them, report them, or do something else with them? And why?"

Comment Re:I've seen similar ~3 years ago (Score 1) 815

Host is on someone else's computer and you can escape being busted. Sure, these nine photos are down now, but an innocent kid took the rap for it. That is what criminals accomplish by going through other computers. They avoid detection and someone else falls. But what's really being overlooked is how this kid and his attorney ultimately had to prove him innocent. Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty?

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