The Italian post thrust is still under attack. A new phishing attempt is among the most dangerous phishing because email is (almost) perfect.
Postepay is back on the offensive From fraudsters, if there is a truce. Smart working criminals have now sharpened their weapons and have increasingly mastered themselves in their attempts to enter into the lives and accounts of others. No more silly Italian mistakes in emails and messages: they no longer use translation but apparently are using native language translators. Today, fraudsters know how to write emails well and know how to keep up with the times and new laws.
This is why the latter gimmick is so dangerous: As you will soon read, the letter laid by the criminals is almost credible because it touches on a topic now dear to everyone: The Spid. You can fall in love with it, and when that happens in a few moments the paper is dried. If postpayment develops, the risk is greater, because the post office card can also receive bank transfers and many are now using it instead of the checking account: all the money is in one card, to please thieves.
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Postepay Evolution: The email text you have to delete immediately
Phishing is a message through which fraudsters try to break into people’s accounts and databases. They shoot the heap, the chrominals: The more messages they send, the greater the chance that someone will fall for it. So, to prevent even one of us from betraying ourselves, here’s the text of the fraudulent email that’s running online.
We inform you to amend the general terms of the digital identity service “that supports PosteID SPID” in the new version.
What is changing for you?
- Basic service, As described in the General Terms of Service, It is free for individuals. There are no changes regarding the functionality and use of the digital ID.
- The future at last the changes The owners will be informed of the general terms of service in advance, Through specific information on the site, in the notification panel, channels, or other methods that Poste believes they adopt.
You can no longer use your PostePay card if contractual changes are not accepted. We also need your cooperation, you will need to update your profile information online within 48 hours of receiving this contact.
If you continue with the update, within a few minutes you will find yourself with your card and account empty, so never open the link and delete the email in the trash right away.
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