BPS bank warns against fraudsters pretending to be a bank. Cyber criminals send e-mails with alleged confirmation of the transfer.
BPS Bank representatives warn that messages sent by fraudsters “are designed to trick people into clicking on an image with a link and infecting the device”.
Frauds’ Emails – BPS Bank warns
Scammers send e-mails with the alleged confirmation of the transfer. As explained, “downloading the software from the link you sent may lead to the theft of your e-banking login and password and loss of funds.” BPS Bank is not the sender of these messages.
An example of a message from cybercriminals is attached to the alert. “We send the confirmation of sending the transfer via the electronic banking of Bank Polskiej Spółdzielczości SA for the amount: PLN 70,543.13, title: Payment of the invoice; the sender of the transfer is: XXXXXXXXX. The attached payment information is issued at the request of our client” – we read in the e- email.
A warning in this matter was also published by the CERT Polska team. “The hyperlink in the body of the message leads to the page from which the ISO image is downloaded. In it we will find the executable .exe file, which then leads to the infection with malware # FormBook / # Xloader” – explained in the Twitter post.
CERT Polska was established to respond to incidents that violate security on the Internet. The team operates within the structures of the National Research Institute – Scientific and Academic Computer Network (NASK).
In recent days He warned Getin Bank’s clients against frauds cybersecurity team at the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (CSIRT KNF). As reported, cyber criminals prepared a fake login panel.
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