Cybercriminals sell Netflix accounts on black market – also tool called Netflix Generator

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Symantec reports that cybercriminals increasingly use malware or phishing mails to steal Netflix usernames and passwords. These are then sold to people who want to get access to the online video service for less than the regular price.

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#2

Anyone caught in this opening email and not doing their due diligent when something containing

malware or phishing mails
comes delivered deserves to loose their Netflix account to the black-market. Guess Barnum&Baily is correct “there is a sucker born every minute”.


#3

It will seemingly never will stop. Bying? Blackmarket accounts? !!!
Yep, they deserve it
What do they do when they get an e-mail from ‘Netflix’, PayPal, their bank or whatever? click the link? Do they know just how easy it is to fake that header?

First of all, read the URLs from right to left.
Secondly, the link-text you see on your screen is not the link. hover your mouse over it and see if it comes from com->netflix->OptionalSubDomain. Even that may be spoofed and redirected.

The simplest solution will always be to open you browser, write netflix.com and hit [enter], log in or create an account. If you want it, pay and be happy.

Just my two cents…


#4

I’m curious as to how this would be possible sounds fishy…