Phishing is a technique used by people to trick users into sharing personal information such as passwords, credit card numbers, bank account numbers and other financial information. Phishing can come in the form of a phone call, an email, or a website. Phishing scams will get your information by asking you to click on a link or downloading malicious software.
A phishing message will most often contain urgent and appealing language. It will typically ask for you to change your password, provide your username or provide financial information. It may contain grammatical errors although this is not always the case.
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Targeted phishing attacks are those designed to look familiar and/or legitimate. The following video created at the University of Michigan explains how these attacks are geared to users globally and on college campuses.