Don’t click that link!

You’ve seen the links. You’ve gotten the emails. What the heck? Can that video be real? Let me just check it out and see what that’s about. or Wait, email tech assistance says my email’s been hacked? I need to login to update my account? Oh, boy, is this real?

Do. Notfishing lures. Click.

Here at University of Kentucky, there’s an email “phishing” expedition going around, but those hazardous clicks can be found in email, in social media, and so on – even in a message from a friend that doesn’t quite sound right. Use your common sense. If it seems suspicious, it’s probably a trap.

Here are some good resources for avoiding the phishermen:


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