In Pictures: Don’t click on these links

Here are 10 types of links you should never click on.

Breaking news Phishers have long been taking advantage of news headlines to get people to click on links or download malicious files. If there's a flood in your area, expect a flood of emails about flood insurance or government grants. A widespread phishing email proclaimed that the U.S. had gone to war with Syria. Now with Obamacare going into effect, phishers are using that as well. And it's not just for mass mailings. Criminals can target individual companies or even specific executives with well-crafted emails that seem timely and pertinent.

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