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A NEW Instagram scam campaign is attempting to trick people into handing over their login details. Hackers use phishing emails to send fake Instagram login alerts claiming that someone has tried to access the target's account. Security researchers shared this (edited) photo of one of the scam messages.How do you get scammed on Instagram?
Steal personal data like your phone number. Get access to connected third-party apps. Post scam advertisements on your profile page. Impersonate you and send malware links to your friends and family. Impersonate you and send messages to your followers asking for money. Blackmail you for money in exchange for your account.Is there a 'new login attempt' on Instagram?
Hundreds of Instagram users have been receiving emails as of recently, claiming a “new login attempt” on their accounts. Those receiving the email have taken to Twitter to report the fault. LOOK! What does white nail polish mean on TikTok? What is the Instagram login email?What is a fake Instagram login alert?
Hackers use phishing emails to send fake Instagram login alerts claiming that someone has tried to access the target's account. Security researchers shared this (edited) photo of one of the scam messages. Obviously, the red "fake" sign does not appear in the real email... Credit: Sophos