Dude, I cannot believe you did that.
It said right on the button it was a malicious link.
The point is that spearphishing is effective because bad actors are getting better and better at disguising the traps they lay. Some of the most effective ones are emails and social media posts that seem to come from a friend, co-worker, or other trusted source. Or they're links to things that seem harmless or appealing. Or even tongue-in-cheek.
But they're not.
These security intrusions rely on people on the inside letting the bad guys walk right in.
By now it should be clear that it's really easy to get played. And think of the person in your office (there's always one) who will eventually click on the virus that infiltrates everything behind your firewall.
Get started RIGHT NOW by going to BIAofNH.com/learning to sign yourself and your co-workers up for the Security Awareness Online training.
[Are you confident you can trust that hyperlink? Or should you just type that URL into your browser? You decide.]