Spam – Scam – Hohe Gefahr. Konto wurde angegriffen
Details of BNVL-2019-0018
What does the BNVL label mean?
BitNinja Server Security’s BNVL identifiers are intended for use to identify publicly known information security vulnerabilities in publicly released software packages. This project was designed to collect and analyze attack information from the BitNinja network after cluster analysis by the AI-powered Attack Vector Miner. More than 100 vulnerability types have been discovered with this project so far, so we decided to publish this platform to help to keep Linux server owners up-to-date.
Syntax for BNVL labels:
BNVL prefix + Year + Arbitrary Digits
Name : Spam – Scam – Hohe Gefahr. Konto wurde angegriffen
CVE ID: Na
This is a German scam e-mail intercepted by the BitNinja SMTP CAPTCHA module.
Scammers take advantage of the fear of online users on the Internet again and send fake e-mails. Attention: The email with the subject “high risk, account was attacked” is a well-made trap. Everything is broken and lying. Do not transfer money!
The email states that as a user, you are likely to visit adult websites and become infected with a virus that will allow the scammers access to your camera and microphone.
In addition, the scammers claim that you have access to your mail contacts and you would send the recordings that you show while consuming pornographic material to your contact list.