Phishing, vishing and smishing
: what are they and how can you protect yourself?
: Another form of phishing where someone tricks a victim to reveal confidential information via text or SMS.
However, in reality, a "smishing
" attack is as dangerous as an email phishing attack.
A fifth method is 'Smishing
,' wherein social engineers send out text messages containing a phishing web site link to many different numbers with hopes of victimizing as many as they can.
The workshop focused on helping people learn about common tactics such as vishing and smishing
, where fraudsters make phone calls or send text messages to unsuspecting victims asking for private information like bank details or asking for remote access to a victim's PC.
: This method of fraud targets online banking.
- It is a malicious code infecting and propagating method that is still used today, such as providing a path to access malicious code using social engineering attack technique called smishing
. E-mail - A method of exchanging messages between people using electronic devices without periodic access - Although it is not widely used due to the development of application services provided by message service and mobile device, it is still used as a malicious code infecting and propagating path because of its advantage of sending messages without mutual periodic access.
Appropriate security awareness training over these procedures and alertness for phishing emails or smishing
text messages (which allow hackers to attack your cellphone) are crucial.
Fraudulently impersonating client's identity through different cyber cons like Phishing (fake websites), smishing
(sending messages to attract clients to visit scam websites) and Vishing (calling clients pretending to be someone concerned enough to provide them with financial assistance and extracting their confidential data through this.
And some are determined to have a 'smishing
' time - a security attack in which you're tricked into downloading a Trojan horse, virus or other spying malware onto your phone.
And some are determined to have a smishing
time - a security attack in which you're tricked into downloading a Trojan horse, virus or other spying malware onto your phone.
This is when a fraudster impersonates your bank or any other official company by SMS or text message.