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7 Most Prevalent Phishing Subject Lines
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hixonmarie412
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10/17/2018 | 9:01:52 AM
Thank you for these!
Great read and I appreciate the article. I will definitely utilize these when testing our phisihing detection methods!
txreal
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10/11/2018 | 12:31:40 PM
Please make slideshow available view in one page
Is there a way to have this feature (make slideshow available view in one page) to minimize down scroll? 

Thanks.

David
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Joe Stanganelli,
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9/29/2018 | 11:37:19 PM
Implied calls to action
The common thread in all of these and most others: they suggest a line of action to be taken beyond merely opening the email (handling a financial matter, picking up a package, addressing a bureaucratic snafu, etc.).

Another common one are emails that purport to be about HR issues.

And one that's picked up a lot of steam lately? The fake LinkedIn "[N] people searched for you".


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