Imagine you receive a text message that looks off.
You’ve had cybersecurity training at work and know not to click on or download links in texts coming from random numbers or email addresses.
But herein lies the rub: now you don’t have to do anything except receive a text and you could still get infected by some of the latest, ultra-sophisticated spyware known as “zero-click exploits.” They can leave your phone, computer or smartwatch completely compromised by unscrupulous hackers, without you ever knowing.
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