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BT customers should be on the lookout for fake emails that attempt to trick them into handing over their account credentials. Cybercriminals have started sending out bogus notifications entitled Update [email protected] The messages read something like this: BT Mail has upgraded its security level to prevent Hackers and spy wares from getting into your Mail […]

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Apple customers are advised to be on the lookout for fake emails that instruct them to reactivate their accounts. MX Lab experts say that the emails purport to come from [email protected] and they carry the subject line Reactivation No: A3556P32SLL346E. We inform you that your account is about to expire in less than 48 hours, […]

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WhatsApp users are advised to be on the lookout for fake emails entitled something like Somebody has just sent you a image. The bogus notifications, which appear to come from [email protected], carry a piece of malware. Hey! Someone you know has just sent you a pic in WhatsApp. Open attachments to get it, the emails […]

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