Scammers sneak into customer support conversations on Twitter

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.

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Explained: typosquatting [updated]

Typosquatting is a term you may have seen when reading about internet scams. In essence it relies on users making typing errors (typos) when entering a site or domain name.

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Advanced phishing tactics used to steal PayPal credentials

A new example was found of a phishing mail trying to get a hold of your PayPal login credentials by using a javascript sending them to a data_receiver_url

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Tech Support Impostors Part II: Where are They Now?

Last October, our own Jerome Segura uncovered a tech support scam trading on Malwarebytes’ good name. So half a year later, what happened to the perpetrators?

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“BMW Lottery Department” 419 Spam

Steer clear of mails from the “BMW Lottery Department”…

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