Crooks hoping to empty company bank accounts are calling up the firms' bean-counters to chase invoices packed with hidden malware. Finance staff are tricked into opening the booby-trapped messages in phone calls from con men, who claim to have emailed in legit paperwork that needs urgent attention. The documents instead include …
The accountants wouldn't have looked at the "invoices" without prompting?
Aren't the firms using anti-virus software on their networks and PCs?
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