Cybercriminals Drain Stranger Things Fan Accounts, How come?, Jakarta – Early last July, Netflix original series Stranger Things presents its fourth season. After being delayed by three years due to the pandemic, the Stranger Things series was anticipated and topped the streaming charts.

However, the enthusiasm of fans to witness the actions of Eleven and his friends was actually misused by cybercriminals.

Because, researchers Kaspersky found many examples of spam emails and phishing pages designed to steal the money and personal information of these fans.

Despite the new episodes being released, Stranger Things fans are not safe yet as not all of them choose to watch them on Netflix. There are also fans who refuse to pay streaming subscription fees and choose to watch it via illegal streaming sites.

In the end, viewers on these illegal streaming sites have to pay a higher price, for losing their personal information and banking card data.

Quoting Kaspersky’s official statement, Friday (22/7/2022), along with hype Stranger Things series, multiple actors cyber crime provide offers to users with wording “watch the new episode for only USD 1”.

To access this offer, users are required to register a new account and enter their address and bank details.

After entering the information, the fraudster also drains the victim’s account and does not give access to watch the series.

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