Watch out for information leakage! customers of Australian and Australian banks receive fraudulent emails

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     2019-09-09
Customers of Australia`s two largest banks have become the target of phishing fraud. (picture of Daily Mail)

Customers of Australia`s two largest banks have become the target of phishing fraud. (picture of Daily Mail)


Customers of Australia`s two largest banks have been targeted for phishing fraud, the Daily Mail reported. Bank customers should be vigilant when checking emails.

According to email security service MailGuard, the agency detected fraudulent emails against federal bank (CBA) and Australian National Bank (NAB) customers.

MailGuard first detected a fraud e-mail against a federal bank customer on 5 September.

In the latest scam, swindlers send emails to the bank`s customers. The beginning of the email will read: dear customer, you have an important security information from the (NetBank) security team of the online bank.

After that, the email will remind the customer to log on to the online bank (NetBank) through the accompanying link to view the information.

"when a user clicks the link in the email without warning, the page jumps to a page that is almost the same as the Federal Bank Network Bank login page," MailGuard said. "this is a fake federal bank phishing page. Once the user enters login information, the personal information will be obtained by criminals.

Customers of Australia`s two largest banks have become the target of phishing fraud. (picture of Daily Mail)


Customers of the National Bank of Australia encountered a similar situation, with MailGuard detecting fraudulent emails against its customers for the first time on Sept. 3.

It is reported that some customers received an email with the name "Nab Online". According to the content, the bank detected that the customer`s bank card was used in different locations, so the bank card was temporarily frozen. To solve this problem, customers need to go to the nearby Australian National Bank network on the same day. If you are unable to go to the bank on the same day, you can download the form attached to the email and authenticate within minutes. The customer will be asked to fill in the personal information and send the form back to the sender. Once the customer submits the form, the lawbreakers will be able to obtain their personal information.

It is reported that the recent emergence of some of the bank (Westpac) and Zenit bank (Zenith Bank) fraud email, customers need to remain vigilant.

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