X

MELBOURNE – Telstra has warned its customers about a phishing scam that is being e-mailed under the guise of the telco’s services bills.
Some Telstra customers have reported that the e-mail promised a PDF file of the bill, but instead attached a zip file that contained an executable.

It also had a fake account number, but carried significant Telstra branding and links that appeared to go to legitimate Telstra URLs, according to an ITnews report.

Timing of the scam mailout is said to have coincided with a legitimate marketing e-mail from Telstra urging customers to switch to electronic billing.

Telstra is now urging users who have received suspicious billing e-mails to go to their My Account page, and not click on any links in e-mails they believed may be fake.

1 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
728x90  Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
728x90 Tour Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
braun audio 728x90 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
Flick of a switch 728x90 1 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
Litheaudio 0222 728x90 1 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
211112 4Square Banner Narrow TWE3B 2 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
728 x 90 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
728x90 Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam
gtv r3 728x90 px Telstra Warns of Phishing Scam


YOU MAY ALSO LIKE