I’m A Hacker, Here’s How I Break Into Your Company’s Network | How Phishing Attacks Work

Have you ever received an email from a Nigerian prince or a non-existent distant relative who is offering you an absurd amount of money? It was a phishing scam, albeit an extremely unsophisticated one. These unsophisticated phishing emails are generally sent to a huge number of people, in the hundreds of thousands or even millions. Sending…

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