After a major outage prevented customers from using voice and data services for nearly 24 hours, Canadian telecommunications provider Rogers apologized on Twitter and offered customers an automatic credit on their bills. Seeing an opportunity here, malicious actors began sending SMS messages pretending to be from the telecom and prompted recipients to click on a link to receive their $50 CAD refund. A screenshot of one of the messages shows that the attacker didn’t set up a domain, opting instead to send only an IP address.
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