There are currently phishing attempts via SMS. Fake SMS messages are being sent to people informing them that they are entitled to a refund and inviting them to visit a fake website that looks like Guichet.lu. On this website, the user is then asked to select their bank and to enter their LuxTrust login details.
If you receive such an SMS, please do not click on the link. If in doubt, please contact the Guichet.lu helpdesk on +352 247 82000.
The right reflexes are:
Here are some examples of bad web addresses (URL):
You can report phishing attempts by email and SMS to the Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL) (both for citizens and businesses), respectively GovCert (for state agents).
They will then be analysed by the CIRCL. This way, you help other users.
Below you can find examples of fraudulent messages and sites:
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