Would you fall for a brandjacking scam?

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 24 May 2019 13:15:29 AEST

Brandjacking - where cybercriminals impersonate the brands we trust, in order to fool us into clicking on malicious content - has affected some of the world’s biggest companies, past and present. 

Anyone can be a target of brandjacking scams.

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Fake email parcel scam mimics DHL

Posted by Daniel McShanag on 26 October 2018 11:08:44 AEDT

A fake DHL email is putting Australian inboxes at risk. 

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DHL branding exploited by new scam

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 08 May 2018 09:20:59 AEST

 


MailGuard has detected a new email-based cyber-attack exploiting DHL branding.

This scam is designed to look like a ‘shipping notification’ from DHL shipping. The text of the message advises the recipient that they ‘have DHL shipment’ and asks them to ‘download attached to confirm your shipping details.’

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Breaking: Microsoft brand again centre of cyber scam

Posted by Jaclyn McRae on 09 September 2016 12:29:59 AEST

The world’s biggest brand names are being used to trick people into handing over sensitive personal and financial information. 

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Fake DHL Email Malware Scam Detected

Posted by Annamaria Montagnese on 28 July 2016 10:50:21 AEST

MailGuard have successfully identified and blocked an email malware scam circulated by cyber criminals impersonating global logistics giant DHL.

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