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Brazen Example of Phishing

See the security topics page for more security topics and the previous phishing example purporting to be from UPS.

Below, a dangerous phishing email with all the brazen trimmings, refreshing in a way as a reminder of the early days of the internet.

Does anyone actually fall for these ridiculous brazen emails? Someone must or the crooks would not bother. Maybe teenagers or mentally infirm elders? Or maybe, just bad habits of double clicking things. It’s all about odd—if a million such email are sent, and 1 in 10,000 gets clicked on, it’s a solid business for a crook.

Phishing email offering millions and false reassurances

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