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The term "dating sim" is also often used incorrectly in English as a generic term for romance-driven games (ren'ai games), a subject matter which is stereotypically associated with the visual novel genre.Whaling: Phishing attempt on a "big fish" target (typically corporate executives or payroll departments) by a scammer who poses as its CEO, a company attorney or a vendor to get payments or sensitive information.Sid Kirchheimer is the author of Scam-Proof Your Life, published by AARP Books/Sterling.Ghosting: Theft of the identity of a deceased person to fraudulently open credit accounts, obtain loans or get utility or medical services in the person's name.
Hash busters: The random words or sentences contained in spam emails that allow these emails to bypass your spam filters.Smishing: Phishing attempts that go to your mobile devices via text message, telling you to call a toll-free number. Spear-phishing: Phishing with personalized email, often appearing to be from someone you know.