[See another image about this article]The number of confirmed phishing site URLs was 6394, an increase of 575 from May. The number of abused brands was 82, down 2 from May. ■ Amazon phishing accounts for 35.8% of the total Amazon phishing accounts for 35.8% of all reports, especially by SMS. The council says that SMS is easier to misunderstand and access than email, so be careful. ■ Rakuten, MI Card, Sumitomo Mitsui Card, Epos Card are the most frequently reported brands Next to Amazon, Rakuten, MI Card, Sumitomo Mitsui Card, and Epos Card are listed as the top 5 brands including Amazon. So, it accounted for 71.4% of the total number of reports. ■ There are cases where SMS is sent from phishing victims Regarding phishing from SMS, there are many reports of SMS disguised as the absence notification of not only Amazon but also the courier, and it is said that caution is required. If you are guided by SMS and install a malicious application, the contact data of the terminal may be misused and a phishing SMS may be sent to the people registered in the contact. Therefore, the sender of SMS is also likely to be a phishing victim, so care must be taken not to reply or make a phone call. ■ Many threatening emails requesting Bitcoin Except for phishing, many reports of sextortion (sexual threatening) emails requesting Bitcoin were received following May. Since it has been confirmed that such emails are sent based on information leaked in the past, the association will change the password if there is a service that has not changed the password for a long time and reuse it. I’m calling not to do it. ■ First of all, take measures that you do not receive. If you receive a suspicious email, check the case. Many phishing emails have been confirmed to be “spoofing” emails using a legitimate email address as the sender. The association recommends measures such as introducing DMARC (Sender Authentication Technology) as an organization. The number of phishing email reports is decreasing for brands that have started supporting DMARC. In addition, users who receive emails can often identify phishing emails by checking the sender’s email address and sender authentication results, or by using a junk email filter. As a countermeasure when receiving a suspicious e-mail or SMS prompting you to log in, we are calling for you to access the website from the legitimate URL bookmarked in advance instead of accessing from the link provided. They also try to stop once before entering the requested information to see if there are any similar phishing cases.