ESET Ireland looks at the latest scam targeting Irish users, using their passwords as bait, mentioning adult websites and trying to extort large sums of money. “It is just so unfortunate. I’m aware login123 is your password. More importantly, I know about your secret and I’ve evidence of this,” says an email received by many … More They have my password, now they’re blackmailing me!
ESET Ireland continues its regular reporting on most common scams targeting Irish email addresses. In recent days: fake Facebook, Eir and Bank of Ireland emails. Knowing about threats is the best way to avoid them. This is why ESET Ireland keeps warning Irish computer users of current email scams, targeting Irish mailboxes. Bank of Ireland … More Latest email scams in Irish mailboxes
ESET Ireland is warning about the latest phishing scam, targeting Eir customers. A poorly spelled email pretending to come from Eir is trying to catch the Irish unaware, claiming there’s a problem with Direct Debit payment and threatening to suspend their “eir Broadband and eir TV services within the next 24 hours”: Subject: eir Unable … More Eir scam phishing for payment cards and passwords
ESET Ireland keep monitoring and informing about the most widespread phishing scams, trying to make victims out of Irish computer users. Here is an overview of the most common ones in in the past month. Early October was marked by fake Irish Revenue emails, in light of increased advertising of the tax return deadline. ESET … More How was October phishing in Ireland?
ESET Ireland is warning about another pair of phishing emails doing the rounds, one trying to grab Eircom passwords, the other pushing a trojan infection I really wish we could once send out an email saying “nothing to worry about” and one day (perhaps when temperatures in Hell drop substantially) we might be able to, … More The phishing assault on Ireland shows no signs of letting up