MFA will soon no longer protect you from phishing attacks. A new class of phishing technology will be able to bypass MFA.
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.