As many as 110 million Netflix subscribers received a scam email from a hacker in an attempt to steal personal data and credit card information.

The email alerted the users that their account had been suspended and linked to a phishing website. Mailguard noticed the malicious emails last week and posted a warning to its website. Screenshots revealed that the emails asked Netflix subscribers to validate their billing information or have their memberships suspended.

 

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