Website misconfigurations can lead to hacking, malfunction, and worse. We take a look at recent mishaps and advise site owners on how to lock down their platforms.
We’ve looked at the social engineering tactic of inserting a fake account into a conversation with legitimate support channels in the past, and today – thanks to Techhelplist – we can observe another one, this time going after Natwest bank logins. See how Twitter scammers are trying to steer potential victims away from legitimate support channels to phishing websites.
Watch out for Twitter accounts injecting themselves into your conversations with official Banking customer support feeds. You may get more than you bargained for.
From the spam traps: a fake Chase Bank “Security Warning” email, claiming to have noticed something peculiar going on with your account. The mail reads as follows: SECURITY MESSAGE – Irregular Activities On Your Account Dear Chase Online Customer, We’re currently upgrading our systems to bring enhanced features to your Online Banking experience. As a…