Published on Thursday, 25 June 2015 12:00
[ Background ]
There have been several reports of phishing emails requesting users to verify their SingPass accounts.
[ Impact ]
User credentials could be stolen if users enter in their credentials into the fake SingPass page.
[ Solution/Workaround ]
- Notify SingPass (email@example.com) immediately if you receive such an email
- Do not open suspicious links from emails
- For Government’s e-services that require you to log in via SingPass, always do so directly from the Government agency’s website so as to avoid being a victim of phishing
- Do not enter in your user credentials to suspicious websites
[ References ]