PayPal Phishing Scam Spotted In The Wild
A new Phishing attack has bombed email addresses of many PayPal. The email begins with a sense of urgency that compels the user to check and check again whether the email sent is actually a scam or not according to the naked security. It asks the user to follow the instructions exactly as written.
Through this Mal/Phish-A" the user can easily be tricked into giving up their personal information. According to a survey, 25 out of 500 people responded to a Phishing scam sent through email by filling the forms sent and surrendering their information.
After the download is complete, the attachment opens into your web browser and it looks very real for a scamming site.