Reports First Encrypted Phishing crypto Trends in Japanese.
Cybercriminals who illegally acquired phishing or personal information have been targeted by cybercriminals to steal Crypto calls by sending fake emails to cryptographic exchange users. More than 1,500 spam emails have been sent in Japanese this fall.
Six FSA approval exchanges adopting inadequate countermeasures against phishing
In May, Bitflyer warned that a fake email used by cybercriminals would look like a legitimate Bitflyer page that redirected the victim to a phishing website and asked the customer to enter their ID and password. These were collected by criminals. Bitflyer received a serious business improvement order by the FSA on June.
According to a report released by the University of Tsukuba and investment management company Nomura, six government-approved cryptographic exchanges have criticized the lack of clear countermeasures against online fraud and phishing.
The Japan Anti-Phishing Board issued a warning regarding cryptocurrency phishing. The JAPC said it was the first time in March that a fake e-mail sent in Japanese aimed at Cryptocoat was confirmed. Trend Micro identified more than 1,500 spoofed emails sent in Japanese with the goal of cryptocurrency exchange.Japan's anti-phishing association reported that about 300 cases were reported in May.
In January of this year, about 580 billion yen worth of virtual currency NEM was lost in Coincheck, the main domestic password exchange. In this case, fraudulent e-mails were sent in English to several of the company's employees. Later, when I opened my email, I found it was infected with a virus. After this major Japanese password was robbed, the FSA rigorously examined the Japanese password exchange and reported a series of defects in turn to the internal management system.
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