Web Flaw Leaves Personal Info in the Open

When I sit down at my computer and type Bank of America's Web site into my browser's address bar, I expect to be taken to Bank of America. When I send an e-mail to my parents from my G-mail account, I expect that e-mail to go to my family in Memphis. But now, because of a first-of-its-kind flaw in the Internet's infrastructure, hackers can easily divert you to fake Web sites where your personal information – from your banking passwords to your e-mails – are ripe for the picking. "The range of...Full Story
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