Subscribers to the large file transfer service called We Transfer should be careful handling unexpected messages. A security firm called Avanan reported this week that crooks are sending email messages to potential victims pretending to be from We Transfer and claiming files are ready to be sent to them. All they have to do is click on a link and then enter their We Transfer username and password. The goal of the crooks is to copy those credentials. One tip this is a scam is it’s addressed to “Dear Sir/Madam.” Another is if you click on the link to download the files the internet address the site it goes to is not We Transfer.
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