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Phishing IQ Test II  


Phishing e-mails present a real and very dangerous threat to your online safety.  This Phishing IQ Test was developed by MailFrontier for MSN to help users learn to identify online phishing fraud.  Visit MSN Phishing to learn how to protect yourself from this latest online scam. 

If you received one of these e-mails what would you do?  To take the test, click on the link for each question. Read it, review it, and decide if it's legitimate or a "phish." When you're done, click "Get Your Score" to see your results. Good luck!

1: Chase
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


2: PayPal
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


3: Bank of America
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


4: Washington Mutual
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


5: MSN
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer
 
6: Earthlink
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


7: Amazon
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


8: eBay
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


9: Capital One
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer


10: Network Solutions
Legitimate
Phishing Fraud
No Answer

 



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