Lawyers vulnerable to fake SRA emails

By Melissa Lesh

07 March 2014 at 10:48 BST

Lawyers should keep an eye out for suspicious-looking emails claiming to be from the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA).

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Last week, scammers posing as the SRA sent emails to solicitors, containing with an attachment with a computer virus when opened. This week, computer hackers impersonated the SRA again and asked for information about pending investigations. The SRA received a multitude of complaints—724 calls in in under 2 hours—and is working with the National Fraud Agency to find the culprits. Source:


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