Attempts at email phishing (fraudulent emails) are looking more convincing than ever. Apple users are the latest target. Recently, users have been seeing email order confirmations for new iPhones, but with incorrect shipping addresses and accompanied with a single clickable link for those wanting to ‘claim’ they didn’t authorize the purchase.
After seeing the incorrect shipping address, victims look past the rest of the email in an effort to stop the transaction from occurring. Unfortunately for those who click the link, they are brought to a fake Apple Login page that requests payment information to “cancel” the order.
For more detailed information, see: https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/08/05/fake-iphone-order-dispatch/