Phishing : Fake notice of deactivation of your edpnet account

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

The email with the subject “Kennisgeving van deactivering van Edpnet-account” pretends to come from edpnet service desk and contains a phishing link.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not click on the link. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Phishing mails “MAIL QUOTA EXCEEDED”

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

Customers receive emails pretending to come from a mailserver / support center, etc. The message tells you that your mail storage quota has been exceeded and incoming mails have been placed on hold until you click on a link.

Here is an example:

This is a blackmail spam and opening the link may cause a leak of your logins.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Fake Non-delivery notifications

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

Customers receive emails pretending to come from a mailserver / Microsoft Online Service, etc. The message tells you that your incoming mails have been placed on hold until you click on a link.

Here is an example:

This is a blackmail spam and opening the link may cause a leak of your logins.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Phishing mails from edpnet domain

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new wave of phishing mails pretending to come from @edpnet.be domain, aimed at both customers and non-customers.

The message may contain different subjects and asks you to give personal information, pay money or follow a link.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Spam/phishing “Recordatorio: informacion de pago para actualizar”

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave – customers receive emails pretending to come from our services and inviting to update their personal information.

This is a blackmail spam and is not coming from edpnet!

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Phishing pop-up with edpnet logo

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave – customers see a pop-up with edpnet logo shown up while surfing the web. The message claims that edpnet is running a promotion on the occasion of its anniversary (or a satisfaction survey, contest, etc.) and is offering some gifts to the customers.

This is a fake phishing pop-up and is not coming from edpnet.

Please do not click on any link and do not reply to that message!

For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/how-do-i-block-phishing-pop-ups.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Spam/phishing “Météo | Coronavirus : comment faire son gel hydroalcoolique maison ?”

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a global spam/phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

The email contains subject “Météo | Coronavirus : comment faire son gel hydroalcoolique maison ?”  and clickable images / spam links.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not click on any links or images. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

 

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Info: Fake notification about unauthorized access attempts

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

The message with the subject “Notification” informs that a person from a foreign country has recently tried to access your account and invites you to follow a link if that connection attempt was not coming from you.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Fake package notification

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new spam/phishing wave that is aimed at both customers and non-customers.

Email with the subject “Livraison” (“Delivery”) informs that you have a parcel waiting to be picked up and contains an attachment / spam link:

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team


Info: Phishing: EDPNET WEBMAIL UPDATE

Dear customers,

We would like to inform you about a new phishing wave – customers receive emails pretending to come from edpnet webmail service and inviting to follow a link and enter login/password.

This is a blackmail spam and opening the link may cause a leak of your logins.

Please do not reply to those emails and do not open any files or click on any links. For more information, please, consider reading through our support article on this subject

https://www.edpnet.be/en/support/troubleshooting/internet/learn-about-security/phishing.html

 

If you have any questions left, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards
The edpnet team