Visible to the public "Netflix Account Freeze – Don’t Click, It’s a Scam!"Conflict Detection Enabled

There is a new phishing email going around trying to trick Netflix users that their account was frozen, and specific information is needed to unlock the account. There are quite a few misspellings in the email, and when one clicks on the link, it doesn't bring one to the real Netflix website, but to a website that the adversary had created using a domain name that starts with a 32-character hexadecimal string. If one enters any information, it is then sent to the adversary, not to Netflix. If the user tried to log in on the bogus site, the crooks know their password. The user should then go to the official Netflix login page as soon as they can and change their password. If the user gave away their credit card details, the adversaries know those too. They should call their bank as soon as they can to cancel their card. It is essential to always do one's research before entering information.

Naked Security reports: "Netflix Account Freeze - Don't Click, It's a Scam!"