Were you a Phishing Victim?
If you were directed from a remote logon system such as a OWA (Outlook for Web Access) or any other logon page, you possibly were duped and missed tell tale signs of a phishing attempt and you clicked a link you should not have followed.
No confidential data was taken and no data moved from the system internal system.
What could be the impact?
- If you have clicked on a link and the remote site has a script that downloads a payload (some virus or malware) that infects your computer.
- Once the virus has been downloaded, it will have many possible attack paths including encrypting your data, stealing your data or be used as an attack point against other computers.
What should you look for?
- Have a look at the web site address and the exact spelling...