MESSAGE FROM SHAKE TECHNOLOGIES
YOU SHOULD NOT HAVE CLICKED THAT LINK
Clicking an unknown link from a phishing email or text can instantly install malware onto your computer or mobile device. Although it might look and appear legit, if someone is asking you to click a link or attachment, or to share some information - take the time to double-check by calling the sender or using signal to confirm.
- Malicious software such as ransomware, spyware, and/or a virus can be installed onto your computer or mobile device.
- You might be tricked into typing in your email address and password; thinking it is a legitimate website. Once those credentials are typed in, hackers will instantly have your log-in credentials. Phishing is constantly evolving because it’s based on social engineering.
Make sure to contact us email@example.com, if you ever have any doubts about an email or text you received.
The goal of this exercise is to help you understand how easy it is for hackers to trick you into giving personal information/type in an email and password to gain involuntary access to your accounts and information. Please stay informed, and be aware of the tactics hackers use to gain this access and information.