SCAM WARNING: Don’t Fall For This Social Media Email Phishing Scam
Of all of the schemes deployed by hackers and cybercriminals, phishing has to be the most effective, pervasive, and dangerous. It relies on tricking users into willingly giving up their login information, and has led to numerous cases of identity theft and data loss. It’s even at the core of many cases of corporate espionage and election interference — which goes to show that even some of the most powerful entities on Earth aren’t completely immune to the tactic.
That said, researchers are constantly probing the most common phishing techniques in order to help businesses and individuals protect themselves more effectively. After observing phishing efforts for several months, a cybersecurity training organization came to the conclusion that over half of the phishing emails are targeting one social network in particular: LinkedIn.
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After observing phishing efforts for several months, a cybersecurity training organization came to the conclusion that over half of the phishing emails are targeting one social network in particular: LinkedIn. Of all of the social networks on the…
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