Chase banking customers have been targeted by a new phishing scam, which not only asks for personal information, but requests a selfie holding a photo ID or a driving license.
The Chase bank phishing site, found by MalwareHunterTeam, greets users with a convincing login page before asking for verification. Login details, coupled with the request for ID, gives cyber criminals the information they need to assume identities online. The phishing site was using the URL chasexxxx.ddns.net.
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