Phishing Messages from the Dark: When the Bad Guys Write Back
For most users the experience of dealing with phishing emails is a solitary experience. Occasionally non-technically savvy employees do have an inkling that something seems "off" or "unusual" when confronted with malicious emails. For many the first instinct is to respond to the sender of a questionable email, asking for clarification, reassurance, and more information -- especially when they are being asked to click links or open attachments. Is this a bad idea?