We’ve all gotten them. That weird email that makes our suspicions go on high-alert, yet makes our fingers itch with curiosity (Should I open? Should I delete?). It seems as if the purveyors of those suspicious, spammy emails are on the move again. The problem is, they are getting better and better at spoofing and phishing and looking like they are legit, when they aren’t.
When it comes to suspicious email, it’s always best to err on the side of caution. One moment of bad judgment and opening an email that is either spoofing or phishing can leave you with a big mess and an even bigger tech services bill.