Reply to post: Re: I like to click on them....

Your anti-phishing test emails may be too easy to spot. NIST has a training tool for that

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Re: I like to click on them....

I used to get lots of "your webmail account is full dear sir" phishing attempts per day. Most of them using Weebly (which can rot in hell).

Sometimes I wasted my time locating an abuse report form since Weebly (why is this still a thing?) does not add a link to report abuse in each of the forms created by their non-paying customers.

Weebly (may a million locusts chew on its gonads) never took any action. I still get the same messages with the same link.

Gave up on reporting abuse. Life is too short to try to report stupidity on the web. Maybe I'll write some scripts to add a whole bunch of fake data just to keep the criminals happy and busy.

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