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Phishing. Now, you really have to listen to the spelling of this one. P-H-I-S-H-I-N-G. Not, F-I-S-H-I-N-G. Can be very confusing to hear this word in speech, therefore, you know, 'he's phishing' - what does it mean? No problem in writing, of course.

It's the spelling. When somebody is phishing in an internet context, what they're doing is they're creating a replica of a webpage, usually a page belonging to a major company, and the idea is to fool somebody into passing on sensitive data to the person who's doing the phishing - in other words, your password or your personal details. So it's really a very dangerous notion this, and people are very concerned about it on the internet at the moment.

Etymologically, it's easy. It derives from the traditional word 'fishing' and the idea is that the perpetrators are angling for information. So it's very clever word play. And the fact that it is clever in that way, of course, shouldn't hide the fact that it's also a crime.

Well, it's one of several words that are being used at the moment to identify different types of activity on the internet that people think are a bit dubious, like 'hacking' for instance, 'to hack' - to gain unauthorised access to a computer site or a file. And, as often with these words, they develop a more general meaning outside of the internet. I've heard 'hack' now being used in a general sense meaning 'to solve' or 'to work something out' - you know, 'I've hacked it' means 'I've found a solution to the problem' - not necessarily, anything to do with computing at all.

Actually, I haven't heard 'phishing' in general use yet. Probably, it won't come into general use because of its ambiguity. If I say 'I'm phishing', or 'I think you're phishing' - I'm sure you'd think I was down by a river, rather than sitting by a computer!


replica:n A replica of something such as a statue, building, or weapon is an accurate copy of it.

angle:v Fish with line and hook.

homework(第一次听all in 1好多听不出来~)

Phishing-now you really need to listen to the spelling of this one, "P-H-I-S-H-I-N-G", not "F-I-S-H-I-N-G"-can be very confusing to hear the word in speech therefore, you know this phishing,uh huh. What does it mean? No * in my course of course, it's the spelling.
Somebody is phishing in the Internet context, what they are doing is they're creating a replica of a webpage, usually a page belonging to a major company. On the idea is to fool somebody into passing on sensitive data to the person who is doing the phishing, you know with your password or your personal details. So it's really a very dangerous notion this some people are very concerned about it on the Internet at the moment. Etymologically it's easy derise from the traditional word "fishing". On the idea that the perpetrators are andering for information. So it's a very clever wordplay. And in fact he's clever in that way ** crime. Well, it's the one of several words that are being used at the moment to identify different types of activity on the Internet. People think of it dubious. Like hacking, for instance to hack, to gain a n* access to a computer site of file. And it's often with these words, they develop a more general meaning outside of the Internet. Like heard "hack", now being using as a general sense means to solve or to work something out. You know, "I hacked it." means I found a solution to the problem, not necessarily anything to do with computing at all.
Actually, I haven't heard "phishing" in general use yet. Probably it won't come into general use because it sounds ambiguity. If I say, "I'm phishing", or "I think you're phishing", I'm sure you'll think I was I was down by a river rather than sitting by a computer.
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on triangelcute ----你第一次听的挺好的:)

Phishing. Now you really have to listen to the spelling of this one, "P-H-I-S-H-I-N-G", not "F-I-S-H-I-N-G"-can be very confusing to hear this word in speech, therefore, you know, 'he is phishing',- What does it mean? No problem in writing of course, it's the spelling.

And somebody is phishing in the Internet context, what they are doing is they're creating a replica of a webpage, usually a page belonging to a major company. And the idea is to fool somebody into passing on sensitive data to the person who is doing the phishing, you know, with your password or your personal details. So it's really a very dangerous notion that some people are very concerned about it on the Internet at the moment.

Etymologically, it's easier derise from the traditional word "fishing". And the idea is that the perpetrators are andering for information. So it's a very clever wordplay. And the fact that he isn't clever in that way, because he should know the fact it's also a crime.

Well, it's the one of several words that are being used at the moment to identify different types of activity on the Internet that people think of it dubious. Like hacking, for instance, to hack, to gain an authorized access to a computer site of file. And it's often with these words, they develop a more general meaning outside of the Internet. I heard "hack", now being using as a general sense means to solve or to work something out. You know, "I hacked it." means I found a solution to the problem, not necessarily, anything to do with computing at all.

Actually, I haven't heard "phishing" in general use yet. Probably, it won't come into general use because it sounds ambiguity. If I say, "I'm phishing", or "I think you're phishing", I'm sure you'd think I was down by a river, rather than sitting by a computer!
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Homework (没时间了 没有来得及修改就发上来了)

It’s the faling, somebody is phishing in the internet context, what is he doing? That is creating a replicker of a webpage, usually a page belong into a large company. And the idea is fooling somebody into passing on sensitive dater to the person who is doing the phishing, you know what is your password of your personal detail. So it’s very very dangerous, noshion some people were very concerned about internet moment.

Actually it ….is easy derive from the traditional word ‘fishing’, and the idea is perfect trite of underling for information. So it’s a very clever wordplay. And the fact is clever any way should deny the fact also crime.

Well, it’s the …of several words that has been used the moment to identify different types of activity on the internet. And you will think about jubueas, liker hikers, for instance, the hike, to give a north …acress to computer site files. And often these words, they develops a ..meaning outside the internet. I heard hike now being used a general sense, meaning to sou for, to work something out, you know, I hikted, I found solution to the problem, not necessarily and you will think computer at all.
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Homework:

Phishing. Now you really have to listen to the spelling of this one: "P-H-I-S-H-I-N-G", not "F-I-S-H-I-N-G"-can be very confusing to hear this word in speech, therefore, you know, 'He is phishing', Er, What does it mean? No problem in writing, of course. It's the spelling.

When somebody is phishing in an Internet context, what they are doing is they're creating a replica of a webpage, usually a page belonging to a major company. And the idea is to fool somebody into passing on sensitive data to the person who is doing the phishing, you know, with your password or your personal details. So it's really a very dangerous notion that some people are very concerned about it on the Internet at the moment.

Etymologically, it's easy. It derives from the traditional word "fishing". And the idea is that the perpetrators are angling for information. So it's very clever wordplay. And the fact that it is clever in that way, of course, shouldn't hide the fact that it's also a crime.

Well, it's the one of several words that are being used at the moment to identify different types of activity on the Internet that people think a bit dubious like hacking, for instance, to hack, to gain authorized access to a computer site or a file. And as often with these words, they develop a more general meaning outside of the Internet. I heard "hack" now being using as a general sense means to solve or to work something out. You know, "I've hacked it." means I found a solution to the problem, not necessarily, anything to do with computing at all.

Actually, I haven't heard "phishing" in general use yet. Probably, it won't come into general use because of its ambiguity. If I say, "I'm phishing", or "I think you're phishing", I'm sure you'd think I was down by a river, rather than sitting by a computer!


网络钓鱼(Phishing)一词,是“Fishing”和“Phone”的综合词,它利用欺骗性的E-mail和伪造的Web站点来进行诈骗活动,使受骗者泄露自己的重要数据,如信用卡号、用户名和口令等。
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on incambrian77

Phishing. Now you really have to listen to the spelling of this one, "P-H-I-S-H-I-N-G", not "F-I-S-H-I-N-G"-can be very confusing to hear this word in speech, therefore, you know, 'he is phishing',- What does it mean? No problem in writing of course, it's the spelling.

When somebody is phishing in the Internet contacts, what they are doing is that creating a replica of a webpage, usually a page belonging to a major company. And another idea is to fool somebody into passing on sensitive data to the person who is doing the phishing, you know, with your password or your personal details. So it's really a very dangerous notion this some people are very concerned about it on the Internet at the moment.

Etymologically, it's easy it derives from the traditional word "fishing". And the idea is that the perpetrators are angling for information. So it's \ very clever wordplay. And the fact if he is clever in that way, of course shouldn't hide the fact it's also a crime.

Well, it's the one of several words that are being used at the moment to identify different types of activity on the Internet that people think of it dubious. Like hacking, for instance, to hack, to gain an authorized access to a computer site of file. And it's often with these words, they develop \ more general meaning outside of the Internet. I heard "hack", now being used in a general sense means to solve or to work something out. You know, "I hacked it." meaning I found a solution to the problem, not necessarily, anything to do with computing at all.

Actually, I haven't heard "phishing" in general use yet. Probably, it won't come into general use because of its ambiguity. If I say, "I'm phishing", or "I think you're phishing", I'm sure you'll think I was down by a river, rather than sitting by a computer!
HOMEWORK

Phishing,how you really have to listen to the spelling of this one,p-h-i-s-h-i-n-g,not f-i-s-h-i-n-g.Coming very confusing to hear this * of this speech therefor,you know, his phishing, what is that mean. No problem of writing of course.It’s spelling.
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So it’s really dangerous, no * this thing, people are very concerned about
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* objectly is easy to derise from the traditional word fishing. And the idea is oppositrate is * for information, so it’s very clever what to play and in fact it’s clever in that way negotiate with high * but it’s also a crime.

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