This Infographic Shows the Common Ways Scammers Try to Phish Your Account
Chances are if your email or social media account has ever been compromised, you accidentally gave your credentials to the scammers yourself. The most common way to infiltrate an account is called phishing, in which people trick you into handing over your login info to false websites that look legitimate.
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An interesting infograph about the anatomy of a phishing attack! Phishing is a type of cybercrime where phishers can send out a fraudulent email, make websites or phone calls requesting private information such as login information, or bank information etc. Messages are often disguised to appear as if they come from a trusted source. After they obtain your information, they either steal identity/funds or they download malware onto your device in order to further obtain more information.