Hackers Exploit Coronavirus Lockdown With Fake Netflix And Disney + Pages | Media


Hackers have created more than 700 fake websites that mimic Netflix and Disney + signup pages, while cybercriminals seek to collect personal information from consumers during the coronavirus lockdown streaming boom.

Netflix, which is expected to break its forecast of 7 million new global subscribers when Q1 results are released on Tuesday, is the primary target as millions of potential new customers seek entertainment while confined to their homes.

Cybersecurity firm Mimecast has identified around 700 suspected fraudulent websites spoofing the identity of the world’s most popular streaming service, which appeared between April 6 and Easter.


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