sircles.net Computer Support The sircles IT blog | ⚠️WARNING: Copyright 2019 Account Update - Spam Warning

The sircles IT blog Internet Safety & Security, Windows Tweaks and Server Fixes

⚠️WARNING: Copyright 2019 Account Update - Spam Warning

23. January 2019 11:03 by sircles in Internet Security, Phishing
⚠️WARNING: Copyright 2019 Account Update - Spam Warning We have been seeing the following email reac

⚠️WARNING: Copyright 2019 Account Update - Spam Warning

We have been seeing the following email reach various inboxes this week:

 

From:                                                       Account Administrator <accconfig@info.com>

Sent:                                                         23 January 2019 10:40

To:                                                            Recipient

Subject:                                                   ⚠️WARNING: Copyright 2019 Account Update

 

2019 Account Update

Dear User,


Our record indicates that your account is not updated to the 2019 version of bwwcomms.com, and this may lead to the closure of your account. You have till January 24th 2019 to update your account.

 

If you wish to continue using this account to send and receive mail, upgrade to our services.

Ignoring this message will cause the account to be closed.



Update your account


Note: This upgrade is required immediately after receiving this message

Thank you

 

Security account team

 

 

The link actually points to: https://macf.dcwdhosting.com/Ham2/index.php?email=email@domain.com 

 

Which brings you here:

 

 

Where they obviously extract your password for your email address with a phishing site for email passwords.

Please mark this site as dangerous as soon as you can and report the originating email as a source of spam.

Stay safe :)

Comments (2) -

how to open task manager on mac 2/14/2019 12:55:01 PM #

Want to know how to open task manager on Mac and use it to access CPU details

Reply

sircles 2/15/2019 7:15:03 AM #

Hit Command+Spacebar and in the search box and enter 'activity monitor' and press return

Reply

Add comment