Scammers these days know that the traditional clickbait and “Nigerian prince” scams don’t work as well as they used to. As people get wiser to scams, it’s become harder for hackers to sneak their attacks through their sense of security. As such, attacks have become more covert. Instead of directly asking the user to download a file or click a link, they attempt to hide the infection as much as possible for a higher success rate. One way to do this is to make a direct copy of a popular website and have everything run “as normal,” albeit with some hidden malware lurking within. Related:… Read more
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