Researchers at ESET, an internet security company, have discovered a new phishing scam targeting PayPal users. The phishing email looks like a regular email warning users about a login attempt from a new browser or device. The email recipient is instructed to verify his or her identity by clicking on a bit.ly link which then redirects to a threat actor-controlled webpage where they are prompted to enter their login details.
Once the unsuspecting user enters their credentials, a form requesting the victim’s billing information, credit card details, Social Security number, and ATM or debit card PIN appears. If these details are entered, then the user is directed to another page where they are prompted to upload a copy of valid government issued photo ID, passport, driver's license, or credit card.
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