A fillet o' phish for the ham-burglar from McDonalds?

There is very little about phishing messages that is surprising. Often they appeal to the lowest form of intelligence in order to catch their target out, or use social engineering or clever tactics to trick people into gaining their banking details.

by Dan Raywood

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