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Interactive Phishing Demonstration

The Irregular Times Office of Information Security has put together an interactive phishing exercise in which we demonstrate how easy it is for hackers to convince people to follow links they know little or nothing about. This is one of the most common low-tech methods used by bad actors to violate your personal life and take control of information that does not belong to them. As such, it is vital for individuals outside of the security profession to be able to identify and thereby prevent phishing.

To participate in this exercise, click here.

Thank you for your participation.

4 thoughts on “Interactive Phishing Demonstration”

  1. Billy Buerger says:

    This sounds like a really good idea. I’ll just click on that link there and….

    Wait a minute! You almost tricked me. I’m going to go post this on facebook and tell everyone they have to post the same on theirs or else they hate babies. Because I don’t hate babies…

    1. F.G. Fitzer says:

      If only we all updated our Facebook profile photographs to show happy babies, then child abuse would end, Billy.

    2. Jim Cook says:

      If you were really my friend, you’d give me your credit card number.

      1. Dave says:

        6412 9892 76…… Wait a minute!

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