A couple weeks ago we posted about Fake Delivery Emails During COVID-19 and how cyber-criminals were sending phishing emails claiming you had a package put on hold until you confirmed the delivery. Now, scammers are playing it a little more cool by sending phishing emails that inform you that you have a package being delivered and that you can track your shipment by clicking the link in the email.
As we mentioned in the previous post, phishing emails about shipping packages is nothing new, but this is a new, interesting method being deployed by the cyber-criminals. Once again, the best advice if you are concerned about a delivery is contact the shipper directly or go to their legitimate website and enter in your tracking information there.
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