Spammers have found a way to add unwanted phishing and scam events to users’ Google calendars without their consent. This will prevent spammers from adding things to your agenda without your permission.
At this point, you are probably looking for possible phishing messages in your email. You know the procedure: If you have any doubts, do not click on the links or download the attachments. This is already difficult enough to follow in practice. Thanks to the Kaspersky threat research company’s new findings, as well as phishing texts, phishing tweets and phishing pop-ups, you now have another thing to worry about: Phishing in your calendar.
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