These fake Dropbox email phishing scams with realistic login pages will try to steal your Dropbox or email password. See tips on how to spot and block them.
Locky, Teslacrypt, Cerber and Dridex were part of the massive surge in email ransomware and other viruses causing untold damage during 2016.
We're blocking several variations of Dropbox spam this week with links that redirect you to dangerous websites, including Google Drive and Dropbox phishing scams trying to steal your username and password, as well as a Facebook-like dating site. Get more info and examples.
New Zepto Locky Ransomware encrypts with embedded RSA key, not by talking to CnC Servers. You can’t stop it by blocking communication with your firewall.
RANSOMWARE ALERT: Email claiming to have a voice message attached will infect your system with the Zepto (Locky) virus. Learn more from SpamStopsHere.
RANSOMWARE ALERT: A fake "financial statement" email has an attached ZIP file that infects your system with the Zepto (Locky) virus. Learn more here.
RANSOMWARE ALERT: A fake "voice mail" email attachment in a zipped WAV file infects your system with the Zepto (Locky) virus. Learn how to block it.
DANGEROUS SPAM ALERT: Fake Dropbox email claims someone “shared a file with you", "sent you a document using Dropbox” and more. Don't click the links.
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Email claiming to be from Intuit with a "browser update" links to a malicious zip file. Do not open the email and do not click the link.