Fake LinkedIn Emails To Reset Your Password



Since LinkedIn had their IPO, they have been in the news a lot more, even if only to compare them with the recent Facebook IPO Debacle. But the better known you are, the bigger target you are! LinkedIn lately is more and more used in phishing campaigns. Most of these are just attempts to redirect you to online pharmacy websites, but it could just as well be a phising attack to put a keylogger on your system. Below are two screenshots, can you see which is fake and which one is real?"
















(The first one is fake and the second one is real. It is obvious the bad guys steal legit notifications and then alter them slightly. Think Before You Click!)

Topics: Phishing, Social Engineering

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