Everyone knows what phishing emails are and how to spot them, right?
I’m sure everyone’s seen the really obvious ones, the ones that are laughably bad, the ones that are perhaps designed to identify naive or particularly vulnerable people.
But what about the sophisticated ones that use real people’s names, real logos and perhaps even have some genuine links in them?
You probably won’t know you’ve been hacked till it’s too late
The chances are that if you did click on a malicious link, you probably wouldn’t realise it. In most cases nothing obvious happens.
Sony Entertainment was hacked some time ago, but perhaps more frightening is that the criminals had