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Spear phishers target military members at home, work

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Information warfare has been around since long before the computer. Even in the days of homing pigeons, adversaries would attempt to intercept each other's messages to gain an advantage. Today, the enemy is still trying to steal our secrets, but they have devised new methods in this age of ones and zeros. One of these methods is known as spear phishing. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Staff Sgt. Samuel Morse)

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