The Latest Phish contains the subject “Send me your available cell number” and is an attempt to get the victim to purchase and send e-gift cards, thinking the requester is legitimate. Once the criminal get the victim’s cell phone number, they respond with a text message asking them to purchase gift cards. A redacted image […]The post Phishing Email 7/29/2021 first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.
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Overview Mobile devices are an amazing and easy way to communicate with friends, shop or bank online, watch movies, play games, and perform a myriad of other activities. Since these devices are such an important part of your life, it is essential to keep you and your devices safe and secure. Securing Your Devices It […]The post OUCH! Newsletter – Securing Your Mobile Devices first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.
The latest phishing is one of the more common ones that attempts to get you to email your banking information to the scammer in exchange for a non-existent job. The way these work is that they “hire” you and ask for your routing and account number so that you can get “paid”. The scammer then […]The post Phishing Scam – JOB OPENINGS first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.