Phishers May Target Customers of Iceland’s Collapsed Icesave Bank
Security analysts revealed that the customers of a failed bank of Iceland, seeking the claim deposits, are highly prone to fall victim to the phishing attacks over the coming weeks, as per the news published by PCWorld on November 5, 2008.
According to reports, Icesave, the British branch of Landsbanki of Reykjavik, Iceland, was already declared collapsed on October 8, 2008. The worldwide financial crisis was held responsible for the failure of the bank. Approximately, 230,000 customers were left without access to upwards £3 Billion (US$4.8 Billion) in accounts.
However, an initial e-mail is being sent by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in order to protect the customers from losing their weal...
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