"Apple You Just Login From Solomon Islands" Scam

The fake "Apple You Just Login From Solomon Islands" email below which claims that an error was detected on the recipient's Apple account and it will be locked, is another attempt by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims’ Apple account credentials. The fake email has links in it that go to a phishing Apple website which steals account usernames and password. The phishing website steals account credentials by asking visitors to sign-in with their Apple account usernames and passwords. Now, any attempt to sign into the fake or phishing website will result in the visitors’ Apple account credentials being sent to the cybercriminals responsible for the scam. Once the cyber crooks have gotten possession of the stolen account credentials, they will use it to hijack their victims’ Apple accounts and use the same accounts fraudulently.

Apple You Just Login From Solomon Islands Scam
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The "Apple You Just Login From Solomon Islands" Scam

From: Apple Service <asdjnhaksjdnajsd@kjasdasdasdasda.912414126>

Sent: Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 04:00:53 PM EDT

Subject: [Statement ] RE : You just login from Solomon Islands 206.48.117.99

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Action Required

Dear [email removed],

Date : 8/7/2019 8:00:33 PM

We detected an error in your account. Your Apple ID will be locked until we receive your reply. We need to verify the information in your account.

The steps are very easy: just login, and follow the steps to verify identity.

VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT NOW

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Greetings,

Apple Support

The links in the fake email go to the following website:

  • hxxps://login-appleid-apple.dnsup.net

Apple users should never click on a link in an email message to sign into their accounts. They should instead, go directly to https://appleid.apple.com/ and sign-in from there. If there is something wrong with their accounts, they will be alerted after signing in. Users who were tricked by the phishing scam, are asked to change their Apple account passwords immediately before their accounts are hijacked and used fraudulently. For those users who are unable to change their passwords, are asked to contact Apple Technical Support for help.

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