Another phishing email example

Here is another example of an seemingly legit email designed to compromise your security. The first hint that all is not what it appears is the misspelling of iTunes. You should delete at this point. I clicked the link to see where it would take me.


The link took me to a clone of an Apple site. However, it is clearly not Apple. If you put your real credentials in the provided fields, you will be giving them to scammers who will take advantage of you.



Phishing emails

I just received another of those suspicious emails from a company I do use infrequently. While it is possible that the account was locked, in this case it clearly is not being sent by PayPal. So please be sure to check the details before sharing your account credentials. This one at a first glance could fool some folks.