You need to stop trusting links!

Here’s a walk-through of the popular links that people often fall for.

Harry
Harry
Aug 3, 2018 · 4 min read
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The only Link you should trust.
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A pie chart detailing the types of attacks we saw
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A bar chart detailing the types of domains used for phish users using a MyEtherWallet phishkit
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A bar chart detailing where we found the bit.ly links that forwards to MyEtherWallet phishing
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A map pinned to illustrate the top traffic sources for the tracked bit.ly links
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A graph to detail the number of click-throughs for every bit.ly link watched, grouped by the week of the year

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