Phishing scams using fake streaming service notifications are becoming more common. The scams have the recipient believe their subscription has run out and needs reactivation. Red flags include sender addresses unrelated to the service and links leading to unrelated webpages. To stay safe, examine the "story" of the email, check the sender's address, and verify the link before clicking. Watch out for typos and fake domains similar to legitimate services. If in doubt, manually navigate to the service's website.
Threat Analyst Team
Streaming services are lucrative impersonation targets for attackers since they are widely used.
In both cases, the email claims that the recipient's service subscription has run out and needs reactivation. However, the emails come from sender addresses that aren't related to either service, which doesn't make sense.
Meanwhile, the links also lead to webpages unrelated to either service. Fake subscription service notifications are popular with attackers phishing for credit card details, which was also the case here.
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