Monday, 2 February 2015

a new document has arrived phishing emails supposedly from Halifax



a new document has arrived phishing emails supposedly from Halifax

Sample Message headers:
From: Halifax {services@online-documents.halifax-online.co.uk}
Subject: a new document has arrived
Sample Message body:
The following document(s) have arrived in your document store:

- 1 statement (If this is for your Paper-free Credit Card statement, payment may
be due. Your statement may also contain Notice of Default Sums) To view your new
document(s) this you are to download the DOCUMENT ATTACHED to this message,
FILL in the REQUIRED details as it is in file, then sign in to the Halifax online service.

**PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL, AS WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RESPOND**

*Security - Offering you peace of mind you can access our paper-free service safe in
the knowledge that it uses the highest level of security available.

For further information please visit www.halifax.co.uk/security

 Halifax is a division of Bank of Scotland plc. Registered in Scotland No.SC417910.
Registered Office: The Mound, Edinburgh LD1 3YZ.
The email has an html attachment:
Halifax Online Update Form.html

The fake phishing site above looks like this:


Cheers,
Steve
Sanesecurity.com

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