If you have lost your iPhone, be careful: a new cyber-scam pretends to have found it to steal bank keys
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People who have lost a iPhonedue to loss or theft, they should be aware of a new scam that pretends to have located the device to obtain the bank credentials of the owners and that has been detected, for now, in Spain.

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The Mossos d’Esquadra have alerted via Twitter of a campaign of massive sending of text messages (SMS) in which they claim to have found a lost iPhone. This message is supposedly sent on behalf of Apple.

It is a ‘phishing’ campaign, which pretends to be the technology company to trick the owner of a lost iPhone into clicking on the attached link with the supposed location and providing their data and access credentials to their account. banking.

Precisely, the objective of the scam is the bank account, to subtract the money that the user has saved in it. According to the Police of Catalonia, the cybercriminals behind this campaign have already managed to defraud more than 28,000 euros.

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