For phishing to work, it needs clicks. Victims have to open an email, reply, click on a link, or open up an attachment.
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ClickOnce is a “a Microsoft technology that enables the user to install and run a Windows-based smart client application by clicking a link in a web page” [ 1,219 more words
During the recent US Senate Intelligence Committee hearings on Russian interference in US elections Jeannette Manfra, the acting deputy under-secretary for cybersecurity and communications, provided the soundbite of the day: 815 more words
GQ writer Sarah Jeong gets hacked to discover the warning signs of a potential social engineering cyber-attack.
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From the horrible Hollywood hacks of 2014 to John Podesta’s emails, hackers aren’t feverishly trying to sneak into your computer.