Cybercriminals have been taking advantage of single sign-on (SSO) services in their recent smishing (SMS phishing) scam.
Fraud alerts are a great way to avoid cyberattacks; however, cybercriminals are using fake fraud alerts to find their next victims.
Smishing attacks can be difficult to catch, especially because both legitimate and phishy text messages tend to use shortened URLs.
Emails are a quick and easy way for cybercriminals to phish for your information—but it’s not their only tool. Smishing, or SMS Phishing, is another way the bad guys try to trick you. Many of us are used to receiving legitimate promotions, reminders, and security notifications via text message. These messages—both real and fake—are brief...