After major bust, FBI director reveals wife banned him from online banking

FBI Director Robert Mueller may be the nation's top cop -- but he's not above poking a little fun at himself in order to educate the public about cyberfraud. During a speech Wednesday, Mueller relayed how his wife forbade him from online banking after he almost fell prey to an internet phishing scheme, a type of scam that typically invites a person to "verify" their bank info through an innocent-looking e-mail.

"No more Internet banking for you!" Mueller's wife scolded him, the director said. Mueller's lighthearted anecdote came on the same day the FBI busted more than 100 suspected cybercrooks in what the agency calls "the largest international phishing case ever conducted."