Accounting software company MYOB was hit by scammers on Tuesday when emails purporting to come from the company were distributed with fake invoices.
An email that claims to be from ASIC is instead a repository for Windows ransomware that will be downloaded if the recipients click on a link within the missive, the e-mail security company MailGuard claims.
Social engineering — the art of manipulating someone to do something like open and install malware — is the basis of the majority of ransomware and cyber attacks. After all, you trust emails from your family, local doctor, gym, bank or Facebook friends don’t you?
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.
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