GDPR E-Mail Scam – How to Stop and Remove It from Your PC

This article has been created to raise awareness of the risks that are associated with the GDPR phishing e-mails that have been recently reported. It also aims to show you how to remove the malware that is associated with the GDPR e-mail scam from your computer system.

A new wave of phishing type of e-mails coming in association with the latest GDPR regulations that were accepted on the 25th of May. The e-mails often come pretending to be various legitimate e-mail notifications that aim to notify users they can no longer use their services unless they accept the new GDPR privacy policy. The bad news here is that the GDPR e-mail scams are massive and the scammers are taking advantage of this new updated privacy policy to fool users into installing malware or giving away their personal information. If your computer has become a victim of malware or you believe that you have been duped by the GDPR e-mail scam, we advise that you read this article in order to learn how to remove any malware that may be residing on your computer or learn how to protect yourself from the GDPR scam.

Threat Summary

NameGDPR Scam Related Malware
TypePhishing e-mails/Malspam
Short DescriptionAims to infect your computer with malware or get you to input your personal information.
SymptomsYour computer and web browser may lead you to phishing sites via which the crooks may collect important information or the e-mails may contain malicious attachments, the opening of which may result in malware infection.
Distribution MethodVia worms, botnet and other automated infection methods.
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