You’re in a hurry to pull up a specific website, enter the web address quickly, hit “enter” and don’t notice you accidentally typed the ending as .cm instead of .com. Scammers are counting on mistakes like that for typosquatting. They create booby-trapped websites with viruses and malware at website addresses that are very close to popular, legitimate websites. It’s helpful to make a habit of double-checking the address you typed before hitting enter, bookmarking your favorite websites, and when in doubt of a certain website address, use a search engine without the .com.