If you’re like me, you’re probably getting a whole bunch of phishing scams in your inbox regarding banks across the country “updating their records” or “validating your account” or “adding additional security” all in for “your protection”.
Today’s scam allegedly comes from Key Bank and says the following:
Dear Key Total Treasury User,
We have release new version of Key Total Treasury Form. Please complete this form as soon as possible.
- In order to access KeyTotalTreasury Form, please follow the link below:
- http://ktt.key.com/ktt/cmd/formFromKeyCom/updateprocedure/?id=(some long string)&email=(your email address)
Unfortunately, the link does not take you to the Key Bank website, it takes you to http://ktt.key.com.gek1fs.eu
As one would expect from a phishing site, the registrant is “not disclosed”, but the registrar of this domain is Ascio Technologies Inc. (www.ascio.com).
What can you do?
First, don’t follow the link! It’s much easier to donate donate your entire bank account to me than it is to let these phishers drain it for you.
You’ve been warned.