Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Kim Jong Il Online Scams Spread After Dictator's Death

What happens when a famously evil man dies? Lesser evil men get to work creating online scams. Phishers, credit-card cloners and identity thieves will be busy today, searching for ways to take advantage of interest in the life and sudden death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. It isn't even far-fetched to think that the government of North Korea itself might try to profit from Kim's death. The so-called "hermit kingdom" has been suspected of trafficking in drugs and counterfeit currency for several years.