When millions of people have lost their jobs or lives, what is the worst prank you can do for employees fighting global epidemics? Kotadi – a web domain registrar famous for its sex ads – tried to find out when it sent a fake email claiming that employees were getting 50 650 holiday bonuses. As Copper courier First reported, Kodadi sent an email phishing “test” promising to give its employees the much-needed money; “2020 was a record year for the billion, thank you!” “Although we can not celebrate together during our annual holiday party, we want to show our appreciation and share the 50 650 one-time holiday bonus!”
Employees who then clicked on the link Is said to have been obtained An email two days later stating that they had failed the test. Instead of taking a holiday bonus, they should take a training class on social engineering.
Phishing tests are normal, but assuring employees that the money is fake certainly falls into the “oh no they did” category. Confirming the fake bonus is the worst fantasy boss in the world, Michael Scott Office, Was sent to his staff at Thunder Miflin.
So congratulations, Kodati: You won our new award for the worst corporate email of the year. We hope this is the first and only time we have to deliver.
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