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Old scams, new tricks: These scofflaws now imitate corporate e-mail accounts (or actually gain access to them) and use them to target small businesses, which tend to have more money in the bank than individuals. As their attempts get more advanced, the targets also get larger: according to security firm CrowdStrike, hundreds of millions of dollars a year are now on the line.
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