NPAV research team has reported a new phishing scam targeting businesses around the country.
Hackers are forwarding fake Quote requests containing fake RFQ numbers and information. These emails are being used by hackers to deploy malware and steal login credentials of the targeted users.
The email states that the attached quote file requires a password to open and download. If the user falls for this trap and provides the page with the required information, the account linked to the entered credentials gets compromised.
NPAV recommends users to refrain from entering login details via untrusted links. Install NPAV on your devices to keep them safe and secure from all kinds of cyberattacks.
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