phishing
Thread poster: finnword1

finnword1
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Local time: 19:44
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Apr 5, 2014

If you get a suspicious e-mail asking you to "Click here" to review an "important document" placed for you on Google Drive, it is almost certainly a phishing attempt. If it looks like a legitimate sender with web address, phone number, or whatever, that's because the real owner of the e-mail address has already taken the bait. Before you click, reade this blog first:
http://blog.sensecy.com/2014/02/09/never-take-phish-sweets-from-strangers/


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Thayenga  Identity Verified
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Local time: 01:44
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Thank you Apr 7, 2014

Thanks for the warning.

Personally, I never click on any links from unknown sources and/or when the mail doesn't address me personally. Better safe than phished.


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