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Phishing Scam - "Account Notification‏ - Your Apple Account Has Been Locked"

2016-03-21T18:16:07 -  +
Phishing Scam - "Account Notification‏ - Your Apple Account Has Been Locked"

The email message below: "Your Apple Account Has Been Locked," is a phishing scam, which was sent by cyber-criminals to steal the recipients' Apple account IDs and passwords. The fake email message claims that the recipients’ Apple account have been locked due to unusual activities, and the recipients need to click on a link or button within the same email message in order to verify or activate their accounts, will take recipients to phishing or malicious websites like "www.middleleveljobs.com," where they will be asked to sign into their Apple accounts. Now, if the recipients attempt to sign-in on the phishing websites, their Apple account credentials will be sent to the cyber-criminals behind the phishing email messages. With their potential victims’ Apple account credentials, the cyber-criminals will hijack their victims' accounts and use the accounts fraudulently.

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Victims of the Apple phishing scams should change their passwords immediately, and check their accounts and credit card statements for any discrepancy. Victims of the phishing email messages, who are unable to their passwords because their accounts have been hijacked by cyber-criminals, should contact Apple for help.

The Apple Phishing Scams

Subject: Account Notification‏
Support (apple@appliede.com)

Dear Customer

Your Apple Account Has Been Locked

We've detected unusual activities in your Apple Summary.

You must activate your account by clicking on the button below

Activate Your Account

Apple Support 2016 © All Rights Reserved

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