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Frightening new Netflix scam looks to steal all your private data

04
Mar
2014

As scammers continue to get more and more creative with their endeavors, it is becoming increasingly important that we keep our guard up at all times. We recently covered a new scam that targets Verizon Wireless subscribers and looks to take over control of their accounts, but a new scam targeting Netflix customers is even more dangerous. Malwarebytes’ Jérôme Segura recently uncovered the scam, which uses a fake website to steal Netflix users’ login credentials. The scam doesn’t stop there, however. After a user enters his or her credentials on the login page, an error message is displayed. “We have detected unusual activity on this account,” the message reads. “To protect this account from unauthorized use, we have temporarily suspended this

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