iPhone 12: The Biggest Scam of the Year

Scams have been part of our lives since the beginning of humanity. Phishing Scams remained the most popular. Several phishing attacks have been blocked by modern browsers technology and cybersecurity experts. But hackers always find a way to get back in the game with a new and powerful phishing strategy. iPhone 12 is on the way and scammers have their eyes on your credit card numbers.

Paul Ducklin, an Information security luminary at naked security revealed this in his blog post. The Scam is fairly simple. You get an SMS about a package that contains your iPhone 12. You can get iPhone 12 for free by clicking the link in SMS. Now When you click on the link you will be redirected to a phishing website.

On the Website you will be asked to fill out a form with some details just usual online shopping stuff. In the final step it will ask you to fill your credit card details. If your iPhone 12 delivery is free then you must think why they want your credit card number? It is because they are scammers and not apple personals. In Covid times money is a big concern and for highly intelligent hackers these simple scams are easiest way to make cash.

But you as an individual need to be aware of such stuff. Never believe in free offers. Especially, when the company is approaching you. Thanks for reading. Stay Safe! Stay Humble!.

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