GOOGLE and Facebook have admitted they were conned out of an alleged $100million (£77million) in a phishing scam. The two world’s biggest companies fell victim after a Lithuanian man allegedly tricked employees into wiring over the money to bank accounts that he controlled, Fortune reported on Thursday. Evaldas Rimasauskas, 48, is accused of posing as an Asia-based manufacturer and deceived the internet giants from around 2013 until 2015. He was arrested earlier this month in Lithuania at the request of US authorities The conman is said to have forged email addresses, invoices and corporate stamps to impersonate Quanta and trick them into paying for computer supplies. Read More….
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