Headlines have been saturated with news of Facebook’s new “cryptocurrency,” called Libra, over the past week. Well, some opportunistic scammers are taking advantage of the interest and trying to con people with a fake Libra token pre-sale. Over the weekend, a fake website surfaced that, on first look, is the same as Facebook’s legitimate Calibra.com website. On closer inspection though, it becomes fairly obvious that the fake website, Calìbra.com, isn’t associated with the digital asset or the social media giant. The fake website is exploiting a strategy that uses unicode characters, that look similar to regular characters, to trick people…

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