Cyber criminals behind the fake Payment Confirmation email utilize malicious black hat tactics including email phishing, in which the attackers send fraudulent email messages to their victims in attempt to persuade them to click malicious links or download malicious files in order to infect a computer system with malware, such as spyware and Trojans that are used to collect sensitive information, including credit card numbers and identification information, and minuscule data such as browser activity and browser history (in order to accommodate a potentially undetected adware campaign).
Fake LinkedIn emails are not out of the ordinary, but a new series of dangerous emails disguised as LinkedIn have been making rounds to unsuspecting LinkedIn users. The emails seem very real, as the subject line is "Join my network on LinkedIn" alike legitimate LinkedIn emails notifying users of new or pending invitations. The fake LinkedIn email contains an invitation to join a fake person's network on LinkedIn, as well as displays fake pending messages, and links to login to your LinkeIn account or Unsubscribe to email updates.
Many Facebook users have received the Facebook LEGAL NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF CLASS ACTION email and suspected it as being spam, or some sort of phishing attempt. Though the email may seem alike many spam emails now a days, the email is not spam, the email and message detailed in the email is legitimate.
A new email scam has been publicly distributed today by cyber criminals whom attempt to persuade victims into opening the email in order to click a malicious link that is capable of downloading malware to the computer system and directing the victim to a download-drive-by site or other malicious website. The email is sent from Incoming Fax with the subject link similar to “INCOMING FAX REPORT : Remote ID: 8169349218“.
Warning, malicious emails have been surfacing disguised as eFax Corporate that contain links to malicious content such as malware, viruses, Trojans, worms, and more and/or contain malicious attachments.Spam emails being sent by cyber criminals posing as the legitimate eFax Corporate, that let’s users send and receive fax via email may contain suspicious subject lines from unknown telephone numbers. For example, the email subject in the image below is Coprporate eFax message from “644-835-5445.” if you have received a similar email message, delete it right away!
Fake PayPal Resolution Center Message Email Warning A fake email message disguised as the PayPal Resolution center, sent from hacked website PPYL.NET (hacked by Bd.$3V3N, pictured below) has been making...
975 929-5680 is a number used by criminals in phishing attempts. A victim states he received a suspicious phone call from 975-929-5680 prior to becoming infected with FBI ransomware. The caller was making an attempt to access the victim's computer remotely stating the computer is infected with malware, viruses, and/or Trojans and needed to be fixed. Phishing attempt report for telephone number 975-929-5680
Email spam by cyber criminals posing as Skype stating that you have changed your password have been infecting computer systems with the Troj/Backdr-HN Trojan. You can now view your attached call history and inscturtions how to change your account settings. If the changes described above are accurate, no further action is needed. If anything doesn’t look right, follow the link below to make changes: Restore password
Warning: If you have received suspicious email from RingCentral.com stating you have new voice messages, do not open the email. Delete the email immediately. Recently many internet users have been complaining about fake...
Many phishing attempts have been made from phone number (661) 748 0240 in attempt to start a remote connection to an individuals computer system.