As if the outages and lost details weren't bad enough, now MobileMe users are being phished as well.
Reports are surfacing that a new round of phishing spam is being sent out disguised as an official e-mail from Apple. The e-mail tells the user of a supposedly failed MobileMe payment that needs to be cleared up. The user then goes to the supposed payment site, enters their credit card details, and ownage ensues.
I'm sure most everyone knows the best practices for avoiding phishing scams, but if not, check out this handy guide and be sure your lesser informed Mac-using friends and family know about this scam as well.
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