This is what Apple should tell you when you lose your iPhone

Joonas Kiminki
Aug 1, 2016 · 6 min read
The email looks exactly like an Apple email should. The sender is “Apple”. Google Inbox, Apple Mail and the traditional Gmail all let the email pass as non-suspicious. All the links in the footer lead to the right places.
It does look very convincing, doesn’t it? All the links work, there’s jQuery features in place for a smooth user experience etc.

The moment of excitement

The lock and green text on the address bar show that the connection is secure and the site really belongs to Apple Inc.
Oops, there goes my data.

But why?

An elaborate attempt

The takeaways

HackerNoon.com

how hackers start their afternoons.

Joonas Kiminki

Written by

Agile leader, digital transformer, dad & hubbie. I run a program to help growth businesses and their leadership teams at growingupprogram.com (in 🇫🇮)

HackerNoon.com

how hackers start their afternoons.