From our friends at KnowBe4. It appears a new phishing attack has a 90% success rate, and is very super simple. No real sophistication here. Continue reading SCAM: Evil Airline Phishing Attack
From our friends at KnowBe4. There appears to be a new sort of phishing attack to scare you out of your hard-earned money. And it claims to come from the IRS (spoiler alert: it’s not the IRS). Continue reading SCAM: IRS Form Used to Scare You Out of Money
This one’s good. It sends a user a notice, indicating that a purchase was made on their Apple ID, and provides a link to a refund request form. It asks for your Apple login info, name, address, date of birth, and full payment card information.
DO NOT EVER FILL THIS OUT FOR A REFUND! Continue reading SCAM: Apple Store Phishing Attempt
So, with great television shows comes great responsibility – to PAY FOR IT. But some people don’t, and they try to get free shit all the time, despite it being heavily illegal. And, in some cases, dangerous to the thief.
So a recent study was published, stating that about 93% of phishing emails lead to ransomware, or have ransomware embedded directly in them. This is a staggeringly frightening number. And it’s only getting worse. Continue reading Phishing Emails, Ransomware, and You
Brought to us by our friends at KnowBe4, we’re seeing an expected uptick in social engineering attacks targeting employees or their HR departments. KnowBe4 even has a test phishing campaign to help recognize stuff for this (test meaning that it gives off some signals of a phishing email, but doesn’t actually cause any harm if you click on the link). Continue reading SCAM of the Week – TurboTax Phishing