Internauts, and Vimeo users in particular, should be on the lookout for fake notifications that appear to originate from the video-sharing website. Experts found that the links they carry point to domains where fake pharmaceutical products are advertised.
The messages – entitled “Your video (id:321312) has been approved” – don’t offer many clues to indicate their real purpose.
This is the only text they contain: Hi! You have an unread message: Your video has been approved. [Link]. If you want to reply: [Link]
The links point to a “Canadian Drugstore” that sells all sorts of shady-looking products, Hoax Slayer reports
As always, we advise users never to purchase drugs from untrusted online stores. Also, be careful when clicking on links contained in unsolicited messages. The best thing to do is to check where the link points to before clicking on it, and if it’s not Vimeo.com
, immediately delete the email.