Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #936 – Available Online

By | September 17, 2021
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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #936 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly, Issue #936, was sent to all our subscribers on Friday, September 17, 2021, at approximately 8:10 AM, Eastern daylight time (USA).

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One thought on “Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #936 – Available Online

  1. Kathy Scully

    Please do an article on “Dropbox” scams. I recently received two from a friend a week apart, in my Hotmail, & I immediately became suspicious. It wasn’t his usual way to communicate, & ‘hovering” over his name showed his actual email address. I sent him a separate email asking if he was using “Dropbox” & he wasn’t. Googling “Dropbox 2021” proved my suspicions.
    Now here are my questions: If I block (or mark as “phishing”) this faked sender of a Dropbox message, will that also block my friend’s e-mail? Secondly: does anything actually happen when an email is marked as “phishing”?
    Emsisoft, etc is not identifying these fakers.
    Thanks for your MANY informative articles, as well as the little laughs & trips down memory lane you frequently insert.


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