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Nation Australia Bank Scam

Posted by: Admin on 28th April 2020 05:38:34.
Posted in Category: Phishing


­If you get an email like this - DELETE it at once, it is a scam:



 

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Hackers have breached 60 ad servers to load their own malicious ads

Posted by: Admin on 23rd April 2020 05:32:35.
Posted in Category: News


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A mysterious hacker group has been taking over ad servers for the past nine months to insert malicious ads that redirect users to malware download sites. Hackers have targeted advertising networks running old versions of the Revive open-source ad servers and silently append malicious code to existing ads. Once the tainted ads load on legitimate sites, the malicious code hijacks and redirects site visitors to websites offering malicious files, usually disguised as Adobe Flash Player updates.
Researchers say the hackers have managed to load its malicious ads on thousands of sites and they spike of up to 1.25 million affected ad impressions in a single day. Allegedly the attacks are still going on as not all advertising companies that have been breached have acted on warnings.

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Phishing Scam to get your email sign-in details

Posted by: Admin on 23rd April 2020 05:22:22.
Posted in Category: Phishing


­If you get an email like this DELETE IT at once:


 
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TV License Scam

Posted by: Admin on 13th April 2020 04:10:31.
Posted in Category: Scams


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If you get an email like this DELETE IT AT ONCE. The links in it (have been removed for this sample) go to a hacked website thegulcherfamily.com where it attempts to get yur Bank Detais etc. We have notified the domain registrar and instructed them to take down the website. We will monitor it to ensure they do. The registrar is enom.com
TV Licensing
Dear Customer,

Your TV Licence is due for renewal.

 
Your TV Licence details:
Licence number: 5423866598
Licence expiry date: 13 April 2020
Email on licence: your email here

Our records indicates us that your TV Licence is due for renewal. We do not need to issue you with a new licence until your existing licence is renewed. Just remember to keep your licence payments up to date, to make sure you stay licensed.

Please visit our website untill 13 April 2020 to view your TV Licence online and update your details.

Failure to update your records will result in account suspension.

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We do everything we can to protect your details and keep you safe from fraud. Find out more about email security at tvlicensing.co.uk/scam
If you don't keep up with your payments, your licence could be cancelled and you will no longer be covered.

This message, its contents and images with it are intended solely for the addressee and are confidential. If you have received this message in error, you may not copy or use the contents or information in any way. Please destroy it and contact TV Licensing at tvlicensing.co.uk/contactus

To find out more about what your licence covers, what to do if you no longer need a licence and how to claim concessions for those who are 75 or over or blind, please go to our website

When you give us your email address, we will only use this to contact you with essential service messages such as helpful reminders that a payment is due or has been missed, or a link to your licence online. You can view, download and print your licence online at any time. You can get more information on how TV Licensing uses your data and your options on how we contact you in our Privacy Policy

If you have sight problems, you can get this information in Braille, large print or audio by calling 0300 790 6076.

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, we support the Next Generation Text (NGT) Service. For more information see tvlicensing.co.uk/accessibility

If you would like to talk to someone in another language, please call 0300 790 6044.

All Direct Debits are covered by the Direct Debit Guarantee. You can cancel a Direct Debit at any time by contacting your bank or building society.

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Tips on how to avoid Coronavirus (COVID-19) inspired scamming campaigns

Posted by: Admin on 11th April 2020 03:46:27.
Posted in Category: News


­IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tips on how to avoid Coronavirus (COVID-19) inspired scamming campaigns

We have become aware of a number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) related scams designed to lure account holders into revealing sensitive banking or personal information; or to encourage the download of malicious software that gives fraudsters access to home or office computers.

What to look out for

In light of this we are asking you to be extra vigilant and especially careful when receiving any COVID-19 related communication, particularly email or text messages (SMS) that claims to be from, or have links with organisations such as:

  • National or international health bodies such as the National Health Service (NHS) or the World Health Organisation (WHO)
  • Government agencies such as Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) for example referring to tax rebates
  • Companies offering support around diagnosis, financial support or general working conditions due to COVID-19
  • Companies offering advice about refunds for shipping, airline travel and entertainment or selling health equipment
  • Firms offering advice about financial support such as mortgage relief 

Please note: This list is not extensive, there may be many more variants like above..

What to do if you receive a COVID-19 email you think is suspicious

If you can, you should check who sent it to you as it may be a legitimate communication from a government agency or from someone you do business with. However, we would ask that you ensure you DO NOT do any of the following:

  • Enter or provide your credentials, usernames or password
  • Click on any links from a source you don’t recognise or are suspicious of
  • Download or open any attachments or software
  • If asked, enable macros in attachments
  • Reply to any suspicious emails
  • Forward the email to friends, family or colleagues

If you do receive an email that you think is suspicious, you should delete it immediately.

Stay Safe!


 


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Corona Virus Scam Emails Installing Viruses

Posted by: Admin on 7th April 2020 11:34:58.
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While the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, hackers are reportedly using infection-related emails as a hook for a new phishing campaign. A coronavirus-themed attack is looking to steal personal information from victims, including cryptocurrency wallets, web browser details for login credentials, IP addresses and more.

Discovered by BleepingComputer, the new scam email is designed to appear like it has been sent from a nearby hospital, and informs users that they’ve come in contact with a COVID-19 infected person and asks the user to print out an attached file. Once its downloaded the embedded macros in the file start to download, install a malware.



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