Impostors Are Trying to Trick Ukrainian Crypto Donors via Phishing Websites and Fake Donation Addresses
Scammers and impostors are trying to take advantage of the horrific war unfolding in Ukraine by tricking unsuspecting people wishing to help the country through donations.
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How scammers are hijacking Ukraine war charity donations – BBC News
Fraudsters are masquerading as victims of Russia’s war in Ukraine in an attempt to steal charitable donations.
False charity websites have also been created by con-artists to seize on people’s eagerness to help victims of the crisis and trick people into donating.
There have been 2.8 million fraudulent emails looking to gain donations, with fraudulent crypto-currency wallet addresses, according to software firm Proofpoint’s figures.
Cyber security researcher Ax Sharma said scammers would often try to appeal to someone’s emotions, such as by using photos of women and children during the war.
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Impostors Are Trying to Trick Ukrainian Crypto Donors via Phishing
Scammers and impostors are trying to take advantage of the horrific war unfolding in Ukraine by tricking unsuspecting crypto users wishing to help the country through donations. These individuals and groups seem to be using any available means, including phishing webpages, forum posts, email links, and fake crypto donation addresses shared via social platforms to entice users to “help Ukraine” by donating digital assets. Cybersecurity companies and consumer experts have identified a number of such scams. For one, BleepingComputer has gained access to a number of phishing emails that appear to originate from official sources like npr.org or the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian (OCHA) domains. The technology news outlet has also come across several forum posts trying to trick users by publishing fake crypto donation addresses.”The attack on Ukraine brings a lot of trouble and death in our families! Fundraising to provide targeted assistance to those in need, regardless of their gender, age, citizenship,” reads one forum post. “Many people need food and clothes, someone is sleeping on the street!! Remember, every penny and every minute can save a life!”The outlet has also spotted some dubious donation sites, one of which is UkraineGlobalAid.com, a legit-looking website that encourages donation but is filled with broken links. Notably, the website’s social media links are empty. Prior to this, the blockchain analytics firm Elliptic, which is reporting Ukraine’s crypto donations, has warned about such scams.”Scammers also appear to be taking advantage of the current situation by tricking unsuspecting users wishing to donate to Ukrainian causes,” the company said. “Elliptic has identified a number of fraudulent crypto fundraising scams which are exploiting the current situation.”Furthermore, major cybersecurity company Avast also warned users of crypto scams trying to take advantage of the situation in Ukraine in a recent blog post.”Avast security experts have detected scammers pretending to be Ukrainian nationals affected by the current conflict asking for Bitcoin on social media,” the firm said. Avast mentioned that there have been similar scams in the past, adding that “these attackers do not operate ethically” and exploit each opportunity to get money out of other people. However, many scammers are not particularly hard to spot as their accounts are largely bogus (usernames consist of letters and numbers with no profile picture or meaningful bio). Furthermore, they immediately mention crypto donations and share their addresses. Security research firm ESET has also identified several examples of crypto scams trying to exploit the situation in Ukraine. The firm has shared two websites (help-for-ukraine.eu and tokenukraine.com) which are considered to be phishing attempts. Additionally, there has been a lot of talk over the past couple of days about the incoming airdrop by the Ukrainian government for crypto donors.
All data is taken from the source: http://cryptonews.com
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