Jen King was in a hurry to get out the door of her Bay Area home on a recent morning, and she missed a call to her cell phone because of it. The phone number that called her, she later discovered, was startling.
“It was my home phone calling me, which was not possible,” says King, who recently finished a doctorate in information science and now works at Stanford University.
In 2018, however, it is possible for someone to use a spoofed version of King’s home number. “Neighbor spoofing” is a popular method of tricking your caller ID into thinking a… Read more »
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