Commonwealth Bank Customers Targeted with Fake ‘Security Alert’ Email

Posted by MailGuard on 23 September 2021 15:55:07 AEST

Commonwealth Bank customers are again being targeted by cybercriminals with a new phishing scam designed to steal customers’ credentials, including their name, date of birth, zip code, phone contact, credit card and client number and password details. As one of the most respected brands in corporate Australia, and an expansive customer base, Commonwealth Bank customers must remain vigilant when receiving emails about problems with their account.

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CBA NetBank Customers Beware of Fake ‘Financial Statement’ Email Alert

Posted by MailGuard on 14 September 2021 18:18:26 AEST

Millions of Commonwealth Bank NetBank customers are at risk of having their details stolen via the latest phishing email intercepted by MailGuard. This is the second time in the last month that scammers have purported to be the bank, one of Australia’s largest financial institutions, in an attempt to lure unsuspecting victims into providing sensitive data, such as customer account information and credit card details for credential harvesting purposes. Cybercriminals often imitate financial institutions due to their large customer base, trusted name, and the plethora of data at hand.  

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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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Malicious Commonwealth Bank fraud email targets hundreds of thousands of Australians

Posted by Jaclyn McRae on 21 December 2016 13:17:07 AEDT

 Hundreds of thousands of Australians have been targeted by a fake Commonwealth Bank email designed to infect recipients with malware.

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Fast-Breaking Attack: Large Scale CBA Email Scam Strikes On Friday The 13th

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 13 May 2016 18:02:19 AEST

An unusually high number of emails have been intercepted this afternoon with a fast-breaking Commonwealth Bank email scam.

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