Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #300 9/16/2014

#300 - Phishing emails follow-up (Watt Thoughts)

Although I have not heard from Adobe I know for certain now that the Adobe email I mentioned in the previous Watt Thoughts was a phishing email. When I got to the college Monday and looked in the folder from Sunday of emails that their spam filter had marked as spam, I had received 4 of the same emails in my college email account.



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