Have you received an email from Netflix Support?
Double check it. It could be a phishing scam. There is a Netflix Support phishing email swimming around in inboxes. It bypasses most email filters and seems to be ending up in user inboxes at an alarming rate.
To add to it, it has a legitimate CAPTCHA page, which is used to determine a human from a computer. After responding to the prompt, a user is then sent to a site that mirrors Netflix’s main site. If you fall into this trap, you will have them provided the threat actor with your login credentials, billing address and credit card information.
Read more details here.
Netflix is a popular technology and media services provider and production company. According to The New York Times in April, Netflix has 182.8 million subscribers.
SpearTip sees these cyberattacks all the time. It is important to pay attention to each and every email in your inbox. Take the time to read who the sender is, what is subject is and the components in the actual email. Is there an attachment? Is there a link in the copy? Be mindful of the wording and instructions. A good indicator is misspelled words.
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