National Australia Bank (NAB) has once again been impersonated by cybercriminals in a phishing email scam designed to steal users’ confidential data.
National Australia Bank (NAB) has once again been impersonated by cybercriminals in a phishing email scam designed to steal users’ confidential data.Read More
Imitating leading financial institutions such as banks to gain access to users’ confidential data isn’t exactly a new trick adopted by cybercriminals, but it is still one to be wary of. MailGuard intercepted one such phishing email scam purporting to come from National Australia Bank (NAB).Read More
The NAB Bank's branding has been exploited by criminals in a new phishing fraud detected by MailGuard.
The email shown above appears to be a notification from the bank advising the recipient that their account “is now locked.”
The message contains several typical elements of a phishing email:Read More
Banks are well-trusted institutions, so when cybercriminals are looking for good trademarks to use in their email attacks they often rip-off bank branding.
This new scam email uses the NAB trademark to try and persuade recipients that it is a genuine notification message from their bank. The message tells the victim that they have been sent a “SWIFT message” as a “confirmation of payment” to their account.Read More
The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.