Antivirus company Eset have found a fraudulent company which was aimed at users of “Apple” products. This was reported by news Agency RNS.
“Scammers sent out letters demanded that the recipients “verify” personal information after a recent restore access to your Apple ID”, — noted experts.
It turned out that scammers send emails was a link, clicking on which the user has been on a phishing website. He is disguised as an official Apple page and contains a form for data entry.
After the user enters his email address and the password of the personal Cabinet, he receives notification that his card, tied to your Apple ID has been locked. Then you are prompted to enter all personal information and Bank card details.
“ESET experts believe that the aim of the campaign is to obtain personal data and access to users ‘Bank accounts”, — stated in the message of the company.
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