GDPR scam: new phishing trick

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation that is used by Cyber criminals for illegal purpose. They try to generate illegal income or profit from these techniques. Cyber security experts have detected this new email phishing attacks. According to them, it is new tricks used by crooks which easily attack Windows OS based computer and steals some crucial & confidential data as well. They try to collect some information such as login ID, email ID, password, IP address, financial data and more details.

GDPR scam is big online scam creation of Cyber criminals which is mostly attacks user’s PCs via email spam messages. It has recently affected account of NatWest bank customer’s and steals their financial details as well. They show fake notification on user’s computer and ask them to send their crucial details. Most of the users have reported about its malicious behavior. They never do any mercy with users. By using GDPR techniques, it changes the default setting of your all privacy & policy. Cyber security researchers have also detected this phishing attacks on Airbnb users. It blocks accessibility of guests and booking for ever host & users of Airbnb. They convince the Airbnb users to fill their personal information to enable all required features.

Prevention tips from GDPR scams:

This dangerous scam is comes under Cyber treats that get enters in PCs via malicious emails. You should protect your all crucial & confidential information against hacker or unwanted users. You should follow recommended tips given below:

  • You should avoid opening emails messages that are sent by unknown user or companies.
  • Never click on the links provided by unwanted email messages.
  • Be sure while filling personal information and sent to other. Be sure that it is official or not.
  • You should always download/install genuine or professional antimalware that has the ability to delete all junk files or viruses from your computer.
  • Keeps Your OS updates to avoid spyware or malware.