Spotify Login Compromised Phishing Attack

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Spotify Login Compromised Phishing Attack

Posted by Brunot Amoux on Thursday, 20 February, 2020 03:06:40

Once users enter their credentials, username and password will be sent to the attacker's repository of compromised data. When analyzing the Sender address, it reveals that the Email ID was not originated from Spotify and users spoof the email address and pretending like legitimate is pretty common for nowadays. Main Phishing Attack Indication

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A global Spotify phishing scam has been detected in November 2018 aiming to infect as many users as possible. The primary method of infection is the use of phishing email messages that are distributed in bulk. The criminals behind it have customized them to appear as being sent by Spotify themselves.

Suspicious email from Spotify. When is an email from Spotify actually from Spotify? It's good to be sure, especially when it comes to protecting yourself from phishing and other threats to your sensitive information. Here are some key tips to identifying a suspicious email: Spotify will never ask for your personal information over email.