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PayPal phishing campaign goes after more than just your login credentials

19
Jul
2022
PayPal phishing campaign goes after more than just your login credentials

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A new phishing campaign targeting PayPal users aims to get extensive data from potential victims. The data it’s after includes government documents like passport, as well as selfie photos. In a nutshell, it’s an extensive form of information theft, the likes of which could result in someone’s identity being fully stolen and their financial and other online accounts being taken over.

PayPal phishing sites are a dime a dozen due to the number of people and companies using it as another form of payment method. However, what’s notable about this campaign is that all the phishing pages are hosted on legitimate WordPress sites.

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