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Where can I learn about Internet Hoaxes?

In addition to real threats on the Internet, there are often hoaxes. Many of these are harmless, but some are designed to take advantage of people's fears and good intentions.

Here are some places you can learn about hoaxes on the Internet: These guys let you know about all kinds of hoaxes and urban legends - not just those on the Internet.

Symantec's Security Hoax Page: From the guys who provide products to protect you from real threats comes information about ones that don't exist. These guys also have information about urban legends of all types.

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