Fake Payment Alert Targets Unsuspecting BOQ Customers

Posted by MailGuard on 26 August 2021 15:56:25 AEST

Bank of Queensland customers have been targetedby aclever phishing scammasquerading as a ‘payment alert’notification delivered to unsuspecting victims by email. This is the second phishing attempt that MailGuard has intercepted involving a financial institution this week, following an email fraud spoofing ANZ. 

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'Suspicious Login' Phishing Email Purports to be from ANZ

Posted by MailGuard on 23 August 2021 13:51:57 AEST

ANZ Banking Group customers be wary of ‘alert’ emails claiming there has been a ‘Suspicious Login’ attempt on your online banking account. Targeting over 9 million customers of the bank, the cybercriminals have crafted the phishing email to steal personal details from clients for credential harvesting, and likely for fraudulent payments. It’s not surprising that criminals have spoofed a trusted name such as ANZ.  

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Accounts Not Payable: Unpatched WordPress Site and DocuSign Fake Email

Posted by MailGuard on 12 August 2021 17:09:47 AEST

DocuSign seems to be winning the popularity contest amongst cybercriminals as MailGuard intercepts a second phishing scam imitating the global electronic agreement provider in just a matter of days. The scam emails appear to come from a compromised account belonging to a U.S. immigration law firm, as recipients are presented with an email purporting to be from the Accounts Department notifying the victim of an ‘EFT confirmation’ in .pdf format. Other trusted names such as Office 365, Gmail and AOL have been impersonated in the process.  

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Business-targeted cybercrime surging in Australia says PWC report

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 07 September 2018 11:39:45 AEST

In the last two years, 45% of Australian companies were attacked by online criminals.

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Is your cybersecurity budget well spent? Or are you missing the target?

Posted by Craig McDonald on 27 August 2018 10:47:21 AEST

The image many businesspeople have of cybercrime is a teenager with a grubby hoody hunched over a laptop hammering code into a flickering screen that’s like something out of The Matrix. The imaginary teen finds a backdoor into a bank’s server admin page, and typing like fury beats the computer in a showdown of quick-draw typing.

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