FBI chief Robert Mueller got an e-mail on his home computer that looked like it was from his bank. It asked him to confirm the status of his account, so he started filling in the questions. He almost put in his password but at the last moment realized it was a scam. After he declared it a "teachable moment," his wife banned him from Internet banking.
FBI Chief Has Close Call With Phishing Scam
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