Phishing attack impersonates Amazon to steal login credentials. Check email sender is a legitimate Amazon address, hover over links to verify it leads to Amazon.com, and manually navigate to Amazon website if in doubt. Attackers may use typo-squatting or fake subdomains. Verify account status by directly visiting Amazon and signing in.
Threat Analyst Team
This phishing attack is impersonating Amazon in order to steal your login credentials. “Amazon account” -themed attacks are popular since the backstory of having an Amazon account, is true for many recipients.
The attack exploits human emotions with a fictitious story. By threatening to close the account permanently, the victim is urged to react to the message.
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