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“This was embarrassing.” Hackers lured an experienced employee into a vicious trap 

“I felt the hair stand up on the back of my neck,” a longtime warehouse employee told Cybernews. Falling for a fake email, he put all of the company in jeopardy and decided to share his story to prevent others from walking into the same trap. 
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