Browsing articles from "November, 2015"
An email that appears to come from DHL with the subject of DHL EXPRESS: AWB ORDER SHIPPING DOCS pretending to come from <email@example.com> with a malicious word doc attachment.
The actual email says to download the invoice document which is a malware file.
The Email Look like:
We live in a password-driven world, but Is your password Secure..??
Here are some tips to help you maintain the security of your online accounts and create stronger passwords.
- Don’t log in to any private accounts on public computers at libraries, hotels or common work computers
- Remember to never store passwords in any web browser even on your personal computer
An email saying Google ID: Profile Inaccurate pretending to come from Google Support [firstname.lastname@example.org] is a phishing attempt.
This is major common subjects in this sort of phishing attempt is Your password will expire soon or update your email or your profile is inaccurate or needs updating or something very similar.
An email with the subject of Kirsten Stone shared ” Amendment or the Agreement_09_11_2015.zip” with you pretending to come from Kirsten Stone with a zip attachment is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various Trojans and password stealers especially banking credential stealers, whichmay include various Zbots, cryptolocker, ransomware and loads of other malware on your computer.
Now a day, Online shopping is big business these days, with more and more consumers across the world turning to the world wide web to purchase goods. This is especially the case in countries where ecommerce is really taking hold over the way people shop.
Before online shopping , Please keep in mind these thing…
- Look out for https URL and the padlock symbol
American Express Account Alert: IMPORTANT CardMembership Notification pretending to come from American Express <AmericanExpress@welcome.aexp.com> with a link to download a zip attachment which is malware file.
If you follow any of the links in the email, you get a zip file which is actually downloaded a malicious file.
An email about Walmart.com Returns with the subject of Confirmation from FedEx Email/Online Label pretending to come from FedEx Email/Online Label NoReply <email@example.com> with a malicious word doc is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various