Now it appears that these con artists are trying to break into the mobile scene with convincing warnings and websites targeted at iOS devices. The scammers use a phishing email to direct users to a fake Apple website. Sign-in attempt was blocked for your account [email address]. Someone just used your password to try to sign in to your profile. The user is then redirected through a couple of other sites before landing at an official-looking Apple Support page. However, the domain name "applesecurityrisks" is highly suspicious. When Sean Gallagher with Ars Technica called the number, he was greeted by someone calling himself "Lance Roger, and he claimed to be an Apple Care technician.
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