Phishing Social Engineering

Smishing and Home Delivery

A smishing campaign is impersonating the UK-based delivery company Evri with text messages informing recipients that their package couldn’t be delivered, according to Paul Ducklin at Naked Security. The messages state that a driver tried to deliver a package, but no one was home. The texts contain a link for the recipient to reschedule their delivery. If a user clicks on this link, they’ll be taken to a phishing site that attempts to harvest their personal and financial information.

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