Hackers continue using fake DHL emails to lure targets into phishing traps

Phishing emails using the name of DHL has been surfacing for a long period.

In a recent research NPAV labs has found that hackers and scammers are sending out repetitive fake emails by the name of DHL. DHL is a leading courier service provider and organization which operates around the globe.

In a recent email the hackers are notifying the users about a package that has arrived at a DHL facility which is addressed to them. The fake email requests users to track the package by checking the attached shipping document.

The email has a .html attachment which is hacker controlled. On opening the attachment, user is redirected to a fake DHL login portal which requests for user credentials.

NPAV recommends users to never trust such emails and refrain from sharing any information through these links. Submitting any information will simply compromise the cyber security of your system and network.

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