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Today’s Phishing SCAM from FDIC

TweetBut wait! There’s more… How about a phishing scam from FDIC? Your very first clue in this bad boy is the sender’s address. Anything in cyrillic is clearly bogus, right? (of course) Subject: Special requirements for your account security Sender: ????.??????@fdic.gov (See what I mean? And once again, any domain ending in .de is likely Continue Reading

Today’s Phishing SCAM from LinkedIn

TweetToday’s nasty inbox infestation allegedly comes from LinkedIn. Most of these attempts are flagged by our spam-filtered mail servers as SPAM. This little bug got right past them and has been reported to LinkedIn. Check it out: First of all, there are no corporate logos in this message – a global clue that it is Continue Reading