Sometimes a fake email is so bad it makes you wonder. This email is a doozy. Just don’t.
Received this the other day. Looks legit. Adding the password requirement helps in this regard. We haven’t opened it, but no doubt will run a macro and cause you great problems. If you don’t know who it is from, don’t open it.
Yesterday at the office, we decided to get pizza for lunch. There’s a place about a 5 minute walk from our office. I figured I’d order ahead so it would be ready upon arrival. I went to their website and this popped up: Well, I notice this for what it is right away. But is Read More
A generalized email the CEO or General Manager? Sure…that will work. But, it probably does, at least enough to cause problems.
Well, Stevie spears is busy, still lazy, but making improvements. Not an hour after posting a weak attempt as phishing /virus spreading /who knows what by sending out emails with .zip file attachments, another email from Stevie, but this time some improvements where made. First the obvious issues: Sender is unknown to me Nothing in Read More
I’m always amazed to get such a basic, blatant scam email. I don’t know the sender From email is .NL Nobody’s name in the to block Zip file attachment Nothing in the body Lazy criminal clown, which I guess is good.
Pretty weak attempt at…phishing?
This is one of those where you think…”who would every fall for this?” Well, I’m guessing some still do, as I keep receiving them. Usually these arrive with a “from” from someone you know, as their email system has been hijacked. Other times very common names will be used for the fake email from. In Read More