How it really happened : NINJIO Season 3, Episode 3, Chicken or Smish


In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 3, while chatting over lunch Megan receives a text from her bank, alerting her to suspicious activity.  Worried, she quickly begins to follow the instructions, but before she can fully act, her friend intervenes with a warning.  The text could be a Smish attack.  As users and companies grow more accustomed to standard phishing emails, hackers find new ways to get what they want.  It’s vital to be wary of unexpected links, even when they come through a text from what seems like a trusted source.


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