There is no doubt that phishing schemes and malware enticements are par for the course for anyone who logs onto the World Wide Web these days, but new research seems to indicate that one group is more likely to be bamboozled than others.

Specifically, Dark Reading reports that smartphone users appear to be far more likely than PC users to visit a phishing website via a phony e-mail message and, once there, are three times more likely to provide their log-in information, new research finds.

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