She’d printed a number of emails sent to her that previous week. Each asked her to log in to her bank accounts with HSBC, Barclays, RBS, JP Morgan Chase and Citibank, then follow a series of instructions “to resolve some ongoing security issues”. But she had accounts with none of them.
But she did have special skills. She could combine an extraordinary range of keys to allow her to manipulate any computer connected to hers.
Five minutes later, each of the phishing computers had burst into flames and destroyed their owners’ homes.