Amex and Netflix Users are Being Attacked by A New Phishing Scam
Windows Defender Security Intelligence’s Office 365 Threat Research Team has recently detected two new big phishing scam campaigns. Both have been caught targeting the customers of both American Express and Netflix.
More specifically, the users were receiving emails that could have been easily perceived as messages from Amex and Netflix. The content of the email was aiming to persuade the recipients to give away sensitive credit card information.
According to scmagazine, “The phishing emails purport to be from the host company with the Netflix note telling the recipients their account is on hold due to a problem with their last payment. Attached is a form that the victim is told to download, fill out and return.”
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