[BleepingComputer] You can post LinkedIn jobs as ANY employer — so can attackers

Anyone can create a job listing on the leading recruitment platform LinkedIn on behalf of any employer—no verification needed. Now, that might be nothing new, the feature and lax verification on career websites pave the ways for attackers to post bogus listings for malicious purposes. […]

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