#Phishing Emails

How to prevent from email fraud: Fraud threat is hovering over your head! If you do not pay attention to these things, then hackers will put you on the ground

Your money will be blown away in the blink of an eye. New Delhi. As much as technology has benefited, with it there is also the possibility of loss. Your smartphone is constantly under the watch of hackers, they keep trying to hack your smartphone and steal your money including important data, other valuables in it. Cybercriminals keep preparing malware for this and keep trying to cheat in other ways. These types of emails will look legitimate to you, but are actually real. For example, you might get an email that looks like a bank to you. Clicking on this type of email takes you to a website that looks like your bank. But you should be careful, because this website is not of your bank but it is copied and you can be duped through it.
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New phishing campaign targeting financial companies

Recently, a new variant of a phishing campaign has been discovered. With its nickname MirrorBlast, its target is financial companies. The attack method used consists of malicious Excel documents that can hardly be tracked. MirrorBlast: How does it work?. The researcher who discovered this new phishing campaign was a researcher...
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Trading Standards warning over bogus HSBC “phishing email” sent to Flintshire resident

Trading Standards Officers are warning people about bogus emails purporting to be from HSBC fraudulently attempting to gain personal details of those being targeted. The scam email – which has been reported by a Flintshire resident – informs the receiver that their new HSBC Secure Key Security Service has not been activated and to click on the link provided.
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Defeating phishing scams

The theme of week two of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is recognizing fake emails, texts and chat messages. These are messages that masquerade as something they’re not, in an effort to trick you into getting in trouble. The most notorious of these is known as the “phishing” email (the “ph”...

Everything You Need to Know About Phishing And How to Avoid It

Scammers are always finding new ways to get people’s information, but one of the oldest ones in the books is known as phishing. Well, at least old for the internet world. Phishing’s been around since the 90s, and it’s only getting more sophisticated as time goes on. Even if you...

Tesco advises customers to be vigilant over scams as warning issued after shoppers targeted | #phishing | #scams

Irish Tesco shoppers are urged to be “vigilant” when it comes to scam attempts from fraudsters impersonating the supermarket. It comes as phishing attempts have been made by scammers in an attempt to gather personal details and money from unsuspecting customers. ‘Phishing’ is when fraudsters send an email that looks...

Clever new text scam going after Verizon customers

Scams can come in many forms, and we need to watch out for all of them. Phishing emails and malicious links found in online search results are just a couple of examples. Now we need to add deceitful text messages to the list. Tap or click here to see six dangerous texting scams making the rounds.

DocuSign phishing campaign targets low-ranking employees

Phishing actors are following a new trend of targeting non-executive employees but who still have access to valuable areas within an organization. As reported by Avanan researchers, half of all phishing emails they analyzed in recent months impersonated non-executives, and 77% of them targeted employees on the same level. Previously,...

Coinbase Users One-Time Passwords Are Under Threat

Hackers are starting to use smarter techniques, and we can see that in phishing scams targeting Coinbase users’ OTP. The actors set up a fake Italian-language website and managed to seal 870 Coinbase user login details. SMS-based OTP theft is becoming increasingly common in cryptocurrency markets. A cybersecurity firm discovered...

Email Security 101

Why it’s smart to invest in email security tools, applications, and training for business data protection. If you’re reading this blog, chances are you have an email address. You likely have more than one—a personal email and a work email. You receive information via email from friends, colleagues, businesses, and...

Beware of Phishing attacks! Here’s what you can do to save yourself

Hackers are always attempting new ways to gain access to your phone. They are attempting to steal your money, personal information, and anything else of value. For this reason, they keep creating malware or try to mislead you with various methods such as sending bogus emails that appear to be genuine. For example, you may receive an email that appears to be from your bank, and when you click on it, you will be directed to a website that appears to be from your bank as well. But watch out! That website is a fake, created to seem like your bank’s.