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Police take down massive fraud website LabHost

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A huge scam website used by thousands of criminals to trick people into providing personal information such as email addresses, passwords and banking details has been infiltrated by international police.

Britain’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement Thursday that the website, called LabHost, had been used by 2,000 criminals to steal users’ personal information.

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