Protection researchers have learned an ongoing phishing campaign distributing a brand new remote access trojan (RAT) and actively concentrating on industrial banking purchasers with keyloggers and understanding stealers.
This app can steal all money from your bank account, never download
If your web browser is commonly redirected to tech support scams, advertisements for Chrome extension, unwanted programs, dating sites, or porn sites then you are most likely infected with some sort of malware.
Users are requested to never send account passwords, or extensive personal information in an email unless you verify that the recipient is who they claim to be.
The subject line will tempt you to download and open the given link or attachments.
Dear Users, while downloading any attachment from the emails you have received, be careful, it can be a Phishing Scam to stole your login credentials and personal data.
Generally, these emails appear to be came from a valid or known person with a subject line that will provoke you to open the mail and download the attachment.
Users are requested to never send credit card information, account passwords, or extensive personal information in an email unless you verify that the recipient is who they claim to be.
Phishing refers to an email that attempts to fraudulently acquire personal information from you, such as your ID, password and/or credit card information.
Now a days customers are receiving an email with subject “Account Suspended” intended to steal login details of customers.
The emails seems to be came from trusted source of ICICI Bank so some users can click on the link given in the email. The link will redirect you to a phishing site that very closely resembled the official site.
Users of American Express are receiving spam emails with the subject line as “Account Alert: Personal Safe Key”, this email asks users to click the link in email body, put their information so that a Personal Safe Key can be created but actually the email is fake and website in the email body is a phishing link.
Hackers are sending out emails with subject of “Confirm Your Email De-activation request For (email id)”. Customers will panic and click on Cancel De-Activation button. This will redirect you to a login page pretending to be of original mi. This phishing site will stole your sensitive information.
Be aware of the emails with subject of “Your account was accessed from another location”, pretending to come from your bank name and with a malicious links which will redirect you to phising site.
DO NOT OPEN SUCH ATTACHMENTS!!