Foreclosurepedia: The Mortgage Segment Has Become An Oasis For Hackers
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Foreclosurepedia reports that many of the Mortgage Order Mills (MOMs) are collecting your job application data on non-secure links. Paul Williams reports that the National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) has become an oasis for hackers these days. There are many Mortgage Order Mill website job application collection links which are not identified as “htpps” secure links … they are non-secure links that can be hacked. Check out the short list of MOMs who do not practice good website security at Foreclosurepedia … click on the READ MORE button below.
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