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Amazon Prime Phishbait: Lessons Learned
An Amazon phishing campaign is accidentally sending out links that lead straight to the attacker’s remote access console, according to Paul Ducklin at Naked Security. Ducklin explains that Sophos came across a generic Amazon Prime phishing email which informed recipients that their Amazon account had been suspended. The email contained a link for the user to verify their account by updating their card number and billing address.