Now criminals are ringing up British MPs to ask them their passwords

Hot on the heels of reports that the passwords of British politicians and their staff are being sold on the web by criminals, and an attack on the Houses of Parliament’s email system, it has now been revealed that some MPs have been receiving some rather phishy phone calls. The Telegraph reports that it has seen an email warning that politicians and their aides have been receiving telephone calls from people pretending towork for the Houses of Parliament’s IT department, and requesting usernames and passwords.

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