Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS
Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS
Cybersecurity

Hackers are sending customers fake shipping messages appearing to come from Amazon and UPS

  • One affected customer said the message read: ‘You have been hacked. We have encrypted all of your files’
  • Experts have warned of a ‘shipageddon’ in which retailers and shipping companies must scramble to keep up with the surge in business

Topic |   Cybersecurity
Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS
Employees at an Amazon warehouse in Hawthorne, California. Photo: Los Angeles Times / TNS
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