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Smishing attacks are on the rise, capable of stealing credentials and distributing malware right into that device in the palm of your hand – your phone. The term smishing is a combination of “SMS” (short message services, widely referred to as texting) with phishing.
Along with all the legitimate promotions that continue to pop up on your screen from Amazon, the bad guys are also sending special deals to lure enthusiastic online shoppers into various phishing campaigns…
The COVID-19 vaccines began arriving in U.S. hospitals this week, and as expected, the phishing campaigns are in full force, with an increase in suspicious texts or emails claiming to have information about the vaccine in exchange for personal information.
Though the postage is marked first class, the mailer’s intent is not. In fact, it is another low-class act by scammers. The United States Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a statement on August 6 about postcards that are being sent to health care organizations disguised as official OCR communications, claiming to be notices of a mandatory HIPAA compliance risk assessment.
Microsoft is warning users about an infected Excel email attachment that can wreak major havoc when opened. The massive phishing attack started on May 12 appearing as emails from the Johns Hopkins Center with an Excel attachment that claims to be US deaths caused by the Coronavirus.