Amazon Prime day deals to kick off tomorrow, on the other hand, attackers increased phishing and fraud campaigns using the Amazon brand and logos.
In recent days registration of fraudulent websites using the Amazon brand and logo spiked, according to researchers in the last 30 days, there was a 21% increase in domains registered to contain the word “Amazon”, compared to the previous month.
Amazon Prime Day Attacks
Security researchers from Bolster records there is a sharp increase in new Amazon phishing and fraud sites in August with another 2.5X increase in September.
Attackers trying to copy header and footer layouts, fonts, and dimensions of the Amazon website to deceive the shoppers.
“The obvious spike is a strong indication that cybercriminals are gearing up for a profitable Prime Day to take advantage of the unwary.”
Hackers try to lure victims and they steal most sensitive data, such as their credit card information, names, birthday, email and physical addresses, and other details, into the hacker’s malicious site.
In this digital world, Checking website safety is the most important concern since there are countless malicious websites available everywhere over the Internet, it is very difficult to find a trustworthy website. We need to browse smart and need to make sure the site is not dangerous by using Multiple approaches.
Some of the Fraudulent Site
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How to Stay Safe
- Check for misspellings
- Start with Amazon.com
- Check over the padlock
- Have a strong password
Cybercriminals are using various sophisticated techniques to lure online users to drop malware and other cyber threats to cause unbearable damages. so beware of the malicious website, don’t blindly open the website and check the website safety before opening it.
Here you can find how to Check Website Safety to Avoid Cyber Threats Online.