Mailguard, a tech privacy company, notes the scam looks particularly authentic because the emails (subject line: "Your suspension notification") sent out are personalized to the recipient. There's a link in the email that takes the user to a form where you are supposed to enter your credit card number.
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Plenty of West Ham fans have been calling for Slaven Bilic to be sacked during the first half of their match with Liverpool. The bubbles were still streaming across the London Stadium when Liverpool immediately restored their two-goal lead.
Though the email looks very convincing, on a closer look, it does give away some hints such as odd wording and unwanted request for such sensitive information. Spread the word and make sure you and your friends and family are not duped by this scam. It's enough information for a criminal to steal your identity and get access to your bank account.
The fake emails also inform users that their accounts are about to be cancelled.
PlayStation trophies can now earn PSN credit in America
With all that said, there's no timetable as to when Xbox would begin to implement a feature like this or even if they will. If you're excited about getting Reward points from trophies, let us know in the comments section below.
The page looks legitimate with a Netflix logo and popular Netflix shows like The Crown and House of Cards, Deadline reports. If you weren't convinced already, when users click on the link provided they're taken to a fraudulent login page that looks like streaming service's website.
Australian cybersecurity company MailGuard was the first to detect the fake email, which is targeting more than 110 million Netflix customers around the world. Your business can be exposed to a wide variety of different vectors: through peripherals; USB devices; networks; attachments; etc. Security best practice recommends a layered defence strategy to protect users against web threats and malware.
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Saudi air defence forces were quoted by broadcaster Al-Arabiya as saying they intercepted the missile north-east of the capital. Several flights were shown to be delayed on the digital board displaying the arrival and departure of flights at the airport.