Heads up to SoCal SyTy group, don’t click links in strange emails from members

Rexxenexx

Member
B487586C-9519-4C84-8668-B020C00C5E14.jpegPretty sure our email list got used for this email I got. Basically it’s a link, probably to bad stuff, disguised as a simple google link. I didn’t really care enough to check. I immediately knew it was fake because I know Joe doesn’t live in Brazil, which was where the email originated from. The Name of the sender is used from our group along with the beginning of their actual email, but after the “@“ is the Brazilian telecom email account. Just if you see something like this, DO NOT CLICK THE LINK! That’s all.

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For you smarties, save/view source of the email. Copy the base64 and put it in a decoder. Look for the anchored line and copy the bitly actual URL. Do with it what you will. It’s probably Pr0n affiliate link or something. Enjoy.
 

DaveP's Ghost

Active member
For you smarties, save/view source of the email. Copy the base64 and put it in a decoder. Look for the anchored line and copy the bitly actual URL. Do with it what you will. It’s probably Pr0n affiliate link or something. Enjoy.
I have no idea what that all means. But I have huge respects for those of you that do. Thanks for the heads-up. I'll stick to OBD I. I kind of understand that.
 
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