I got a fake “your email box is full” message from my “Email Administrator.”
I know this is fake, because we have our own email service and I am the administrator. One of the things I like to do is hover (DO NOT CLICK ON LINK) over the link to discover the actual destination of the link.
In this case the URL was http://social.eng4u.cn/emailservice11/. Got love the address – “social engineering for you.” The cn at the end means this is a Chinese domain. These sorts of exploits are common and becoming tedious, but I gotta love the humor in this one.Share
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