NPAV security research team has recently found and reported a new password phishing scam

Hackers are circulating a password phishing email with a malicious HTML attachment.NPAV security research team has recently reported a new scam that is being used by hackers to steal user login credentials.

The attachment upon clicking opens a cloud Adobe document which requires the users to enter their passwords. If the user falls into the hacker’s trap and decides to input the password, it is stolen by the hacker.

NPAV recommends users to never provide any kind of sensitive data or information via these email and links. Install NPAV on your devices to keep them protected from all kinds of cyberattacks. Use NPAV and join us on a mission to secure the cyber world.

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