Phishing. It's not going away. The impact is a billion-dollar business of people scamming money and data from unsuspecting people and businesses. There are so many ways scammers try to…
Now that many of us can spot a phishing email, scammers are getting smarter. They are using our browsers to get our attention and it often works because it creates panic to make people take immediate action. The pop-up will come up and tell you there is an immediate security risk and then the fake virus alert will ask you to do one of the following things:
The Coronavirus has become the latest focus of phishing emails. This is a special update to our last article on spotting phishing emails, specifically around the pandemic. We want you to stay safe both physically and electronically.
This month we let you know that we will be using Barracuda for spam detection and filtering. In technology, tools can change, or stay stagnant and fall behind. We are constantly researching and comparing tools to ensure we offer the best.
Some of the old clues we had to risky emails, are being bypassed completely. In this post, we'll draw your attention to the newer ways that hackers are finding ways into even the keenest users' systems.
Chances are, they aren't really trying to sell you cheap medications or interested in 'helping' you in any way. In fact, it's just an easy way to your data and implementing viruses. So it's important that you be able to spot spam if you run into it.
You might think aside from having to sort through your inbox and delete all those emails, that spam isn’t a big problem… just junk mail. However, the difference between the junk mail you get in your mailbox and the junk mail in your email inbox is that your email offers access to your entire computer if you click the wrong link.
Spam. We’ve all gotten used to it, so many people have just accepted that they can’t get away from it that they just delete it and move on with their day. Although this is a common solution, it doesn’t mean it is the safest solution.
Many people think that spam is just an annoying amount of garbage emails, as harmless as a flyer in your post office box. The truth is that spam is often a devious form of invasion into your data, your identity and financials. Among all those ads to improve your love life, could be a criminal waiting to pounce.