Hackers never stop looking for new ways to steal your information and money. You stop being fooled by emails from Nigerian princes and hackers start sending fake email claiming to be from legitimate companies - here's how to spot a fake email.
You stop clicking on links or downloading attachments in unsolicited email and hackers start posting malicious ads on questionable sites.
You start checking a site's reputation before you visit and hackers - well, what can they do next? They can turn to watering-hole attacks.
A watering-hole attack is when a hacker slips malicious code onto a legitimate site, usually through ads. It already happened to Yahoo a while back, but that's small potatoes compared to hackers' latest venture.