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Royal Mail Scam: Sorry, You Haven’t in Fact Won that iPhone 11 Pro

By December 19, 2019Cyber Security

An SMS phishing scam is targeting people in the UK with fake notifications that appear to come from the Royal Mail postal service, The Sun reports. The messages are personalized, and they address each recipient by their real name, informing them that they’ve been selected to receive a free iPhone 11 Pro. In order to receive their prize, the recipient is asked to enter their address and their debit card details in order to pay the £2 shipping insurance fee. Peter Draper from cybersecurity company Gurucul explained what an attacker could do with this information.

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