Fear and Loathing
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1m 2s

A counselor advises a couple that their personal information may have been compromised by someone with the online name, "Fear and Loathing." The counselor explains to Cindy how Fear and Loathing could have infected her computer and installed a keylogger through the use of a phishing email or link.


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