Expecting a Parcel? Stay Cautious, Australia Post Phishing Scam Circulating

Posted by MailGuard on 09 September 2021 13:39:16 AEST

An email phishing scam purporting to be from Australia Post has been intercepted by MailGuard. There has been an increase in parcel deliveries due to the lockdowns and COVID restrictions currently happening Australia-wide, and cybercriminals are taking advantage of expectant recipients by using email phishing scams from commonly used delivery services such as DHL and Australia Post to secure sensitive details for credential harvesting purposes. It’s important that email users remain extra cautious before opening any emails pertaining to deliveries, particularly one’s that you are not expecting. Levels of anticipation may be further heightened by recent delays resulting from AusPost workers in COVID isolation 

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Going postal. Email scams target Australia Post & New Zealand Post customers with Cerber Ransomware

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 11 August 2016 17:23:20 AEST

Over the course of 48 hrs cybercriminals have distributed an email scam targeting customers of Australia Post and the New Zealand Post.

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High volume attacks breaking over the past 24hrs – AustraliaPost, ANZ, Google & AFP

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 18 May 2016 16:22:50 AEST

Over the past 24 hours MailGuard has blocked a number of high volume phishing scams that are targeting over 10,000 users at a time. Many of these attacks are ongoing.

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New AusPost Attack: Scammers Change Tactics – From Crypto Ransomware to Trojan Malware

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 05 May 2016 16:43:37 AEST

Cyber criminals have crafted an almost identical email to previous and very recent phishing runs impersonating AusPost.

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Circulating Now – Crypto Ransomware Delivered Through Fake AusPost Phishing Scam Today

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 06 April 2016 12:48:08 AEST

Any Australian who is receiving emails purportedly from Australia Post needs to be wary. Yet another email scam has hit email users en-masse today. We have identified several new Fake AusPost emails as malicious and are urging people to be aware.

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