Cybersecurity in the UAE warns of a fraudulent message
The UAE Cyber Security Council issued an important warning about a fraudulent message in the name of Apple that enables fraudsters to easily seize victims’ money.
The United Arab Emirates' (UAE) Ministry of Cybersecurity has issued a warning about a phishing letter dubbed "Apple."Apple
The United Arab Emirates Cyber Security Council has issued a critical warning over a bogus message purporting to come from Apple and which makes it simple for con artists to steal the money of unsuspecting victims.
“Cybersecurity” warns of the spread of phishing messages in the name of “Apple”
"Cybersecurity" issues a warning about the proliferation of phishing communications that use the name "Apple", The United Arab Emirates Government Cyber Security Council issued a warning over a phishing effort as well as fraudulent text messages claiming to be from Apple. The council advised users not to respond to these messages or click on the links that were attached to them. The Council noted that there has recently been an increase in the prevalence of a phishing campaign that utilizes brief text messages. An SMS that claims your Apple account has been closed or suspended, or that it is asking you to review the phone number that is associated with your account, pointing out that these messages frequently contain a fake web link to Apple, and ask you to enter the user data and password for your account, which enables fraudsters to steal your personal data.
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