Detecting a Phish

A lot of malware attacks start with a simple Phishing email, or some other social engineering attack. Sometimes they are very believable. All it takes is for you to be distracted, taken in by the plausibility of the message or pushed into clicking a link due to the urgency of the communication to be breached... Continue Reading →

Anatomy of a Phish

I expect a lot of you have received an email or text that claims you have won a prize and you need to click a link to claim it. This is often unexpected and you don't remember entering a competition to win the said prize. Maybe you have received an email from the Tax Authority... Continue Reading →

Combating Social Engineering 101 – A Pocket Guide

Social Engineering is a form of cyber attack where the physiological manipulation of people to trick them into divulging confidential information that can be used to hack into websites and other computing resources. There are various forms of social engineering: Baiting Impersonating PharmingPhishingSmishingSpear FishingTailgatingVishing Water HolingWebsite CloningWhaling. Lets take a deeper look at these. Baiting... Continue Reading →

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