When Antivirus Software Fails You: How to Stop (and Defeat!) a Real-World Trojan & Social Engineering Attack


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06/02/2017



When Antivirus Software Fails You: How to Stop (and Defeat!) a Real-World Trojan & Social Engineering Attack

Kevin R. Smith
Co-Editor


 

It isn't every day you get to see what a real Trojan or Social Engineering attack looks like.

When you do, there's seldom time to even take screenshots: you just want to get the heck out of Dodge.

But, this time, in putting together material for our upcoming free workshop, Get Secure, when I came across a real attack I was able to record it.

If you've ever wondered what an attack looks like, here's your chance to see one.

Here's the best/worst part: nothing stopped it.

  • Not our Internet Security Software.
  • Not any of our browsers' built-in malware protection
  • Not even Windows 10 built-in security.

See for yourself how it happened and what you can do to stop it.

 

Click the >< icon above to go full screen ^

 

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You'll get...
  1. real-world problems like this solved
  2. quick and easy-to-do PC optimization tricks
  3. how to spot (and avoid) online fraud & fake news
  4. and..
  5. real confidence in your skills behind the keyboard. Fast.


I promise you, it'll be some of the
best, most useful stuff you'll ever see.


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[Click here to download the printable step-by-step companion "recipe" file.]
This file opens in a new tab / Window for you.

 

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