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Victims of Bankbot are advised to perform a factory reset of their device.However, if you are unable to perform the reset, you may wish to perform the following actions: There are emails with malicious attachments and links being circulated to banking customers.A sample website is seen below:hxxps://dal-shared-22.hostwindsdns.com/~oxfotwtl/DBS There are emails with malicious attachments and links being circulated to banking customers.These emails claim to represent DBS and are disguised as “Transaction Advice” emails.You are reminded to remain cautious when banking online: This malware targets users using Android mobile devices and first installs an app called System Application before masquerading as a fraudulent Gmail, Google Play, and Chrome application.This malware could be spread through other malicious apps, third party mobile websites, and malicious advertising on sites or in games.This malware targets users using Android mobile devices and often masquerades as a legitimate sounding application such as Adobe Flash Player, Play Market Update, MMS Flash Player or Game Launcher.This malware could be spread through other malicious apps, websites, and malicious advertising on sites or in games, which prompts a user to download and install the application.
Such phishing sites are designed to steal the customer's credit card information in order to conduct fraudulent transactions.
Victims of Catelites are advised to perform a factory reset of their device.
However, if you are unable to perform the reset, you may wish to perform the following actions: We have detected phishing emails targeting DBS cardholder customers and containing links to phishing websites.
We have detected a phishing campaign targeting DBS customers and Singaporean residents with automated phone calls.
These calls claim that a customer’s account is disabled and request for the customer to follow a sequence of instructions before being routed to an individual impersonating a DBS staff member.We have detected phishing emails being sent to DBS customers informing them of a ‘login format change’ and requesting them to click on a link to update their details.Once the link is clicked, the customer will be redirected to a phishing site asking for his i Banking login ID, password, credit card, and other personal information.Such phishing sites are designed to steal customer details, logins, PINs, OTPs and credit card details in order to perform unauthorised, fraudulent transactions.