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Recently, a new phishing scam has surfaced in the wild that is targeting Netflix users. Attackers are sending fake emails to users that claim that their Netflix account has been suspended, and to regain access the user must click the link. Once the user clicks the link, they are then guided to a page that looks like an authentic Netflix page. Once at the page the user will then be asked to enter their login credentials.

netflix_web_logo.pngThe phishing scam was discovered by MailGuard who posted in their blog about the scam. The website is registered to “Ilitia Celia Ferrández” from Spain however, it is still unclear if they are aware that their website has been compromised.

If a user receives an email or is suspicious that they received a fake email, users are recommended to reach out to Netflix via their website chat service.

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