Your web-browser window is really at google.com. So, you entered your Google password and 2-step-verification code. You should be safe and secure right? No!
Today, I received this very suspicious LinkedIn InMail message from one of my friend. I smelled that something is quite off. It turned out that she lost $5k!
You saw “facebook.com” with the padlock in the address bar. It can’t be a trick right?
As more people get wiser at detecting phishing attempts by looking at the web address bar, hackers have found a new way to fool people.
One day, your iPhone received an automated call from Apple (complete with Apple’s logo) warning that multiple servers containing Apple user IDs had been compromised and that you needed to call a 1300 number before doing anything else.