Today law enforcement agencies warned the public about the Dridex malware that has been targeting customer of online banks for the last year or so.
Interestingly, Dridex doesn't rely upon any vulnerabilities or sneaky shortcuts in its quest to infect your Windows PC. Instead, the malicious hackers spam out their attacks as email attachments using social engineering lures to trick potential victims into opening, say, a poisoned Word document and enabling macros to allow the malicious code to run.
In other words, you allowed your computer to become infected by Dridex by opening an unsolicited email attachment, and then perhaps gave its malicious macro to run.
How are you going to "patch the bug in your brain" that so many internet attacks rely upon?
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