As we all know, malicious people are always looking for new ways to try to steal our personal information. Usually, Gmail does a great job of sending spam directly to the right folder. It’s been a long time since I saw an email from a Somali King who needs help to move a large amount of money abroad to be delivered to his beloved children.
Have you ever received an SMS message that reads, “Your parcel will be returned to sender today” or “Last chance to pick up your parcel”? Congratulations! You were targeted by cybercriminals who want nothing more than to lure you into a trap! Known as “smishing”, such carefully engineered SMSes contain dangerous links. Thankfully, they are also fairly easy to recognize. I have summarized a list of important red flags to look out for.
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Post Views: 49 An employee at MacEwan University got an email in 2017 from someone claiming to be a construction contractor asking to change the account number where almost $12 million in payments were sent. A week later the actual contractor called asking when the payment would arrive. The email about the account number change…