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Bitcoin Phishing Attempt

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#1 sinip

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 11:12 AM

Today I've received first Bitcoin phishing attempt to my e-mail address. Of course, Gmail put it to SPAM folder, but it is worth mentioning for someone not so experienced in online phishing.

 

The message is titled "You need to confirm your wallet" and goes like this:

 

** If you see a mensage that a risk page ignore it.

** If your already enter the correct details, you don't need to insert it again.

Since our last update on our servers, we worried about the size of wallets. And many of these wallets are no funds, no movement and no logins.

Because to avoid future problems with our servers, we are requesting that all users wishing to continue with their wallets to make a brief confirmation.

If you want to continue using your account on Blockchain, please click the link below and confirm your wallet:

https://blockchain.i...wallet/confirm/

If within 48 hours we do not receive your confirmation, your wallet will be erased and all their bitcoins will be reset.

 

Of course, if you click on a link from that e-mail you will NOT end up on Blockchain's website but on a completely different one. :)

 

This is the site you'll end up to: http://xz-fiannce.bi...sddf3442237.htm

 

So, ALWAYS IGNORE such e-mails!


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#2 EDBow

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Posted 12 September 2015 - 06:13 PM

Interesting. When I looked at the title, I thought how would one phish Bitcoin, but then I noticed Blockchain.

 

I always keep my Bitcoins on my hard drive and encrypted!


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#3 sinip

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Posted 03 October 2015 - 05:19 PM

Yes, scammers always try to find new and "inventive" ways to part people from their money. :)


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