Bogus Amazon Malicious eMail campaign resurfaces

Just a quick note, this is NNNH (no new news here) –  the malicious Amazon  “order shipped” campaign has been around for quite a while, but it’s surfacing again in volume this week, and with “beach reading” orders for vacation probably peaking about now this seemed a good thing to pass along.

Also, since I now have a blog that’s probably the only security related thing my Mom every reads, I’m re-posting the heads-up here in case it keeps someone I care about from getting suckered.   Mom, if you get email from amazon about an order you don’t remember making, don’t click on anything.  🙂

That’s all.  Have a good weekend everybody.

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this blog are mine alone, and do not represent the views, policies or positions of Cyveillance, Inc. or its parent, QinetiQ-North America.  I speak here only for myself and no postings made on this blog should be interpreted as communications by, for or on behalf of, Cyveillance (though I may occasionally plug the extremely cool work we do and the fascinating, if occasionally frightening, research we openly publish.)


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