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Just got another email from servíce@intl-paypal.com <zlvx... (noticed that “í”? Me neither) that says “[N3YywM] <https://amazon.co.uk... ” and it goes on and on...
wow, service? Seems important! I guess I should open it and click on every link!!! ๐Ÿ™„

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    Spammers will try anything.
    Kinda reminds me of the punny code issue before major browsers sorted it out

    https://ะฐpple.com ๐Ÿ‘€ let's hope Devrant does it right.

    https://www.xn--80ak6aa92e.com/
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    @C0D4 I really get annoyed by the fact that emails like that make it into my inbox but when a hacking-programming-website spoofing ignorant friend sends me an email with... cat memes or something, it goes straight to junk
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    @C0D4 What was that? The name doesn't even look like apple
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    @theabbie It's a unicode character for the "a" such that you think this is the official page, but it's actually phishing
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    @StopMotionCuber So, it's necessary to use a modern browser
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    @Pelvis-Fresley Been getting blatant-ass Amazon/Paypal phishing emails on a weekly basis in my inbox but my landlord sending me the bills gets sent to spam
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    I also hate fonts that do not show the difference between capital i and l. Like the one in the devrant app. Or the difference between zero, 0 and O

    Because www_appIe_com ( dots removed, actual link is spam) also doesn't point to to where you think its pointing

    No modern browser protecting you there.
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