Tag Archives: Phishing

Twitter Phishing Attack Targeting Bank Of America Customers

Computer internet credit card security concept with padlock

Social media is widely used for promoting news and products but at the same time it is used for malicious intent such as promoting phishing websites. over this week Malwarebytes published an article about a Twitter account claiming to be

WiFiPhisher- Fast automated phishing attacks against WiFi networks


Usual scenario for compromising a system starts with a phishing attack. this allows to run a targeted attack against the user and it is always adapted to specific user. If you need to implement a phishing attack in wifi network

Scammers exploit Ebola virus to spread malwares


We  notice that all news are used by cyber-criminal to promote their malwares as this allow them to target the largest audience possible. Symantec have reported over this week that online scammers are taking advantage of Ebola virus epidemic in

Netflix phishing page hosted to steal credit card details

Netflix is a cloud service that is widely used for watching movies online. over this week a new phishing compaign have been spotted by Malwarebytes that is targeting Netflix customer to grab sensitive information of subscribers. The phishing page is

Phishing spam targeting AmericanExpress Accounts

New email phishing have been spotted by Dynamoo’s blog that is targeting American express customers,  the fake message notify user that they have a security problem with their account and invite them to decline a new charges by opening the

Phishing Attacks Targetting Bank Customers

Another phishing emails been observed by Stop Malvertising and targeting Bank of America customers. The email includes bank logo and asks users to open and fill an HTML attachment to regain access to their financial account. The email looks as

Fake Facebook Site Stealing Financial Information

TrendMicro alerting about a new phishing attack that is targeting Facebook mobile users and aims to steal credit cards information. Scammers have created a very similar web page to Facebook mobile. First the page will ask for victim’s login and