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PayPal User Agreement Change – Phishing

28
Jun
2014

Some users have received emails claiming to deliver news of the latest modifications regarding the PayPal user agreement. PayPal has not made any changes to the document, and the message is a phishing attempt used by cybercriminals to grab the login credentials for the account. The message appears to be legitimate because the crooks managed to provide a return address that seems to be from PayPal; to avoid suspicions, they used [email protected], which for many users looks…

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