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Phishing remains pervasive across the online world, driven by an explosion of attacks in China and hackers across the world diversifying their targets, according to a new report.

In its Global Phishing Survey 2H2013 issued on April 10, the Anti-Phishing Working Group said 85% of the domain names registered for phishing in the second half of 2013 were used on Chinese targets, and  that the overall number of phishing attacks jumped 60% from the first half of 2013 to the second half of 2013 (72,758 to 115,565).

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