Scam exploiting ASIC branding

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 24 April 2018 11:50:31 AEST


The email in the screenshot above is a scam message using a fake ASIC logo to deceive recipients.

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Scam Alert: Another Fake ASIC Email

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 04 January 2018 16:03:07 AEDT


New threat outbreak this morning: a criminal-intent email exploiting ASIC. 
MailGuard detected the new attack and prevented the emails from reaching our clients.

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Will Email Scams Be Bigger in 2018? - Weekly Digest

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 22 December 2017 17:06:42 AEDT

It's been a huge year from the POV of cybersecurity. The number and sophistocation of email scams we've seen in 2017 is a sobering reminder that cybercrime is a growing problem. One of the reasons that email scams persist is that they have a high success ratio.

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Fake ASIC Email: Macro Scams are Still Around

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 19 December 2017 16:02:32 AEDT


MailGuard intercepted an email scam this morning that's meant to look like a message from ASIC;
the Australian Securities and Investments Commission

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Cyber-criminals employing Machiavellian tactics to dupe ASIC & CBA customers

Posted by Katherine Chong on 04 October 2017 14:34:23 AEDT

Frequently targeted ASIC and CBA have again been impersonated in new email scams circulating from this morning (AEDT). These scams are particularly deceitful as they are so well-crafted, with no grammatical errors and on-brand formatting.

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Scammers impersonate government agency in new malware attack

Posted by Jaclyn McRae on 29 May 2017 12:55:09 AEST

 A domain set up just yesterday is being used to impersonate ASIC via email to infect Australian computers with malware.

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Stolen ID possible in elaborate government email scam

Posted by Jaclyn McRae on 19 April 2017 13:02:29 AEST

A stolen ID may have been used to set up an elaborate ASIC email scam designed to infect victims’ systems with malware.

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Alert: Ransomware hidden in fake ASIC renewal notice

Posted by Jaclyn McRae on 06 March 2017 11:48:46 AEDT

 Australians have been warned to avoid clicking a malicious email purporting to be from ASIC.

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