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Phishing Advice
Posted by Kenneth Baugh on 11 April 2017 03:22 PM
Phishing Advice
 
There’s an interesting twist on phishing attacks that uses accurate information about you to coerce you into clicking the email’s attachment either out of fear or curiosity. Either way, resist the urge to open the attachment.  Instead, read the March 30th article by Paul Ducklin with Sophos Naked Security where he explains the attack and how to respond.  Use the link below to read the whole article. 
 
The more you know the more you’ll be able to protect you and your family from cyber criminals.
 
As always, stay cyber safe!
 
Sophos Naked Security Newsletter dated March 30, 2017.  Written by Paul Ducklin.
The scam that knows your name and home address and here’s what to do.
 
 
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