Cyber Card #14 – Malware: why a click can be dangerous

Cyber Card
13 January 2021
Cyber crime is increasingly involved in creating new phishing campaigns that exploit current events and trends. The first rule is always to remain very cautious when clicking on suspicious links and attachments, so that you do not fall victim to them. Especially if they come from unidentified sources or if they use a sense of urgency to prompt your click.

But why is it that a simple click can be so dangerous if no action is taken?

This is because a simple click can cause you to install malware on your device completely unknowingly.

Cyber Card #14 demonstrates the main risks and measures to prevent them.

In order to avoid becoming “unwitting” victims of cyber crime…

keep following our Cards!

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