Apple iPhone users targeted in phishing scam

Maybe you like fishing, but you certainly don’t like phishing. That is the use of a fake document sent via email or text, that appears to be a real request for information from a company you trust. For example, if you bank with Wells Fargo, you might receive an email from the bank that looks legit, and asks for certain information (like a social security number) for some reason. For example, the email could say that Wells Fargo needs your social security number because of a computer glitch, or because it needs to confirm the number every few years. Once the hackers get that number from you, …

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