Tag: fraud

Massive phishing scam emails against Maybank Malaysia

We have recently counted more than 50 scam emails that contain very dangerous links used for phishing attacks against the Maybank of Malaysia. Below there are some examples of subjects used in the scam emails: Subject: Important Update Subject: Security Check Subject: Update your profile Subject: Urgent Notice Subject: Profile u...
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Spam Campaigns go for RTF Documents

A new spam strategy is in the wild. We spoke on a recent article that spammers were using a new trick to bypass anti-spam filters by adding the text on an image and send the image attached as file. Now it seems they changed from image to RTF document: The attached file contains a redirect […]
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New spam strategy in the wild

Recently we noticed a big archive of spam messages related to selling various pharmacy products. But something was different from the old spam messages… no http links were present in the message. The surprise was attached in .gif or .jpg or .png format:
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Massive phishing scam emails against Poste Italiane

We recently received a lot of phishing emails used by attackers to steal Poste Italiane accounts by redirecting victims to a malicious website that looks as the Poste Italiane homepage. Despite this, the user who will insert its details will be victim of a phishing attack and is highly suggested to change its username and [&hell...
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Promemoria eBay per oggetto non pagato numero

We received again new false eBay emails that redirects the user to visit a webpage that is used to steals the user’s eBay account with a false webpage, similar to the original eBay homepage, that save the logi account typed by the user and send the sensitive data to the attacker. Message Promemoria eBay per […]
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What to do in case of a suspected email or phishing ?

Some basic info on what to do in case of a suspected email or phishing: Use always maximum attenction when reading the email Never click on http links or images Never download attachments Analyze the header of the email Check the email of the sender on google to see if you find bad info Check […]
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