I know, I know. By now, we all pretty much know better than to click on links in sketchy-looking emails. Except, obviously, we don’t.
That was more than evident last week when a phishing scam that spoofed Google Docs invites began spreading like wildfire.
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The phishing emails were slightly more convincing than some phishing attempts but they weren’t really that good. As we pointed out at the time, looking at the email address details for about 10 seconds should have quickly raised a whole lot of red flags. That so many people were willing to blindly click on something so easily shows an astounding lack of common sense. We can all do better. Read more…