Phishing attack is based on the delivery of letters of administration purporting to be from a resource with a warning about the need to update credentials.
Hackers attacked the British company users online-banking with NatWest fraudulent e-mails purporting to be from the face of company management.
Posted by fraudsters warned that the administration of the resource found some problem with the system and took steps to address them. However, to ensure correct operation of safety systems the user is prompted to change the credentials to authenticate the account.
As noted Action Fraud, hackers sent out e-mails on behalf of the head of RBS Stephen Hester (Stephen Hester), in which all the links to the supposedly fixed site, which actually proved to be very realistic and accurate copy of this resource NatWest.
If the victim enters on the proposed authorization page with your personal data, the fraudsters to intercept and are able to log into the compromised account and steal money from the account of the victim.