Here is a copy of the warning from Action Fraud.

Fake Met Police emails contain key logger software

23rd November 2016

Fraudsters are spamming out emails claiming to be from the Metropolitan Police that are designed to trick people into downloading iSpy key logger software on their device.

The emails are being sent from an address called, which is not a valid Metropolitan Police email address.

The subject is shown as Crime Prevention Advice and a file called is also attached to the email.

An example email reads

To the general public:

See attached document to read more about crime prevention advice.

Metropolitan Police Service.

Intelligence suggests that if the attachment is opened iSpy key logger is downloaded. This gives fraudsters the power to record every keystroke from a victim’s device and steal sensitive information.

To report a fraud and cyber crime and receive a police crime reference number, call us on 0300 123 2040 or use our online fraud reporting tool.

That was a copy of the warning from Action Fraud.


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I am a disabled volunteer community blogger. My real name is Mark Mapstone, I am an ex Royal Marine and was a consultant to the commercial mailing and distribution industry. Why not visit some of my other blogsites?

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