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Cyber Security Firm Warns Public Against Fishy Holiday Greetings

CYBER SECURITY FIRM – A non-profit cyber security firm warns the public against fishy holiday greetings on social media.

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According to ABS-CBN, Cyber Security Philippines – Computer Emergency Response Team recently posted a warning on Facebook.

The post is a threat advisory against fraudulent holiday greetings through messengers with malicious intent.

Once the victims open the message, it will take them to a website asking for their data, then sends the similar message to the victim’s contacts.

Based on the report, the following websites that the public were warned off are the following:

  • https://wish-you.co
  • https://wish4u.co
  • https://my-msg.co
  • https://look-me.co
  • https://surprise4u.me
  • https://hookgist.com
  • https://see-magic.co
  • https://mera-style.com
  • https://whatsapp-style.co
  • https://see-magic.co
  • https://my-love.co

Note: The list is yet to be updated. Refresh for more updates. It is advised not to explore these links.

The firm advised the public to change the passwords in their banking and social media accounts as soon as possible and it must be done on a different system.

Here is the full post on Facebook:

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