scam


scam
● ►en n. m. ►SECU Tentative d'escroquerie menée par courriel. Cela a commencé par les "nigerian scams", dans lesquels vous deviez envoyer de l'argent liquide au Nigéria pour qu'un gentil correspondant puisse débloquer une énorme somme d'argent. En échange de votre bonté, on vous enverrait une solide récompense. C'est promis. Juré, on vous l'envoie. Si, si...

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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