UBL Spam email fraud has surfaced which enquires users for their login credentials via email. UBL has explicitly denied having any connection to the UBL spam email and are educating their customers to be on guard regarding such fraudulent attempts.
The spam email required users to send their login name, password and other via email and the most interesting part was that the email was received from address ending in “@ublonline.com” that made the users think that it was a genuine request. There is also a website online www.ublonline.com that has created the outlook of UBL and given the space for you to enter you username and password.
As we previously mentioned in our article that such spam mails are detrimental and can cause a lot of damage and you need to be on a look out. Even though UBL has issued a circular, warning their customers, there is another thing we would like to add that websites like www.ublonline.com may look quite real to you but there are certain features that give them away.
For example the login area of this fake website asks for password in the text area where as the method of logging in www.ubldirect.com is as shown below:
UBL’s warning to their customers is as below: