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Scammers Now Exploit ‘Slinks’ in LinkedIn

Scammers are exploiting LinkedIn redirect links, or “Slinks,” to fool users and bypass email security filters, Brian Krebs reports. These links allow companies to track their marketing campaigns on LinkedIn, but they can be abused by criminals to create legitimate-looking URLs that redirect to phishing pages.

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