I received an email seemingly from PayPal informing me that access to my account has been limited. It threw me off because I received this at my work email, which is not registered with PayPal. I immediately wondered if my account got hacked.
Phishing attacks are typically initiated via email, text/SMS messages, or instant messages which drive unsuspecting victims to phishing websites designed to deceive them into thinking they are visiting a legitimate site and allows the malicious cyber actors to steal user data, including login credentials and credit card numbers.
Yahoo! Marketing users are the target of a new phishing scam being detected today by zveloLABS™. Webmasters receive a very believable notification that their Yahoo Marketing account has expired with a link to login and presumably reactivate the account.