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You are likely to find links to phishing sites in emails or in the service windows of programs under the guise of:
New attack scenarios appear daily!
Once a user reaches a fake web page, scammers employ various techniques (social engineering) to encourage the user to divulge their login and password, allowing fraudsters to access the user’s accounts.
The main danger of phishing is that EVERYONE can be hooked: a beginner as well as an advanced user.
A phisher is a fine connoisseur who knows how to pull at the heartstrings of Internet users. While inventing newer and newer ways of committing fraud, the phisher, like an experienced psychologist, uses our predictable reactions to a variety of information for criminal purposes. Here are just a few of the lures used in this criminal “fishing”.
Visit the following to learn more about how your system can get infected via phishing attacks.