December 7, 2017

Phishers Are Upping Their Game. So Should You.

This post was originally published on this siteNot long ago, phishing attacks were fairly easy for the average Internet user to spot: Full of grammatical and spelling errors, and linking to phony bank or email logins at unencrypted (http:// vs. https://) Web pages. Increasingly, however, phishers are upping their game, polishing their copy and hosting scam pages over https:// connections — complete with the green lock icon in the browser address bar to make the fake sites appear more legitimate. A brand new (and live) PayPal phishing page that uses SSL (https://) to appear more legitimate. According to stats released […]