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Links Technology is Awarded MSP of the Year Award by Channel Partner Insight!

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Links Technology was recognized in CPI North American MSP Innovation Awards 2021! Channel Partner Insight’s North American MSP Innovation Awards celebrates partners - and their vendors – who are serving as extraordinary examples of success in the US managed services market.
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Forbes 2021 America's Best Professional Recruiting Firms!

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

We are pleased to announce that Links Technology has been recognized as one of Forbes 2021 America's Best Professional Recruiting Firms! We are so proud of our recruiting team's efforts and hard work! Thank you to our peers and clients who recommended us. 
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Delivery Smishing Scam

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Heads up all Android users! One of the latest scams going around is targeting Android users with a Smishing Scam. Cybercriminals are sending out text messages about how there is a package for you and in order for it to be delivered, you need to pay a small delivery fee. If you click on the link they provide, it directs you to a page asking you to update your Google Chrome app. Once the victim starts to update the app by clicking the install now button, it directs them to a payment page. The cybercriminals ask you on this page to fill out your payment info to pay a small fee so your package can be delivered. Not only does it send you to a payment page but by clicking on the install now button, the victim just downloaded malware. It can be super easy to be tricked by this because the cybercriminals have disguised this malware to look like the actual icon and name of Google Chrome. Once it has been downloaded, the app will then be used by cybercriminals to send thousands of smishing texts to random victims.  
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Login Credential Scam

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

One of the latest scams going around is a wrong password credential scam. When you are logging into an account and get a wrong password error, you usually type in the same password again. If that still doesn’t work, you might type in another password you use for other websites. Cybercriminals know this happens often and are taking advantage of it.  
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Facebook Phishing Scam

Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Be on the lookout for a Facebook-themed phishing attack that is going around. Phishing attacks are one of the most common ways for hackers to trick people into giving them sensitive information. The latest phishing email appears to come from Facebook. It starts with “Hi User” and tells the user that there is an issue with their account. In order for them to resolve the issue they need to verify their account and log into their Facebook. They inform the user that the link will expire in 72 hours. When the user clicks on the link it takes them to a look-alike Facebook login page. This page is a fake! Any sensitive information that is entered on this page like the user’s login information will go straight to the hackers. This email also has poor grammer and a couple of misspellings in it.  
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LinkedIn File Sharing Scam

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Using social media platforms is one of the easiest ways for cybercriminals to trick people since they are so popular and have many ways to communicate with followers/connections. LinkedIn has been part of the latest scam.  
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Smishing Attack

Monday, February 15, 2021

The latest scam going around is a text message with a malicious link in it, better known as a smishing attack. This text is being sent from a lookalike PayPal. It is portrayed as an urgent text message with the goal of having you click on the malicious link provided. Some of the fake messages say “PayPal: We’ve permanently limited your account, please click the link below to verify.” Others could have wording that makes you think they will delete your account and that you need to take care of this urgently.  
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Latest Scams to Look Out for

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

1. Exploiting Coronavirus Scam  
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Latest Scam: Video Conferencing

Monday, December 14, 2020

Adjusting how we work during the Pandemic has been the challenge of 2020. As we changed from in-person meetings to remote video conference calls, cybercriminals have also learned to pivot. Cybercriminals are spoofing video conferencing software like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. They are getting very clever with their phishing emails. 
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