A new phishing scam has been detected by MailGuard, exploiting the trademarks of Microsoft Office 365 and Xerox.
This criminal intent email attack takes the form of a plain text message purporting to be a Xerox document sharing notification.
See screenshot below:
If the recipient clicks on the ‘view document’ link they are taken to a phishing page hosted on a compromised Wordpress site.
The scammers behind this attack have set up their phishing page to look like an Office 365 sign in portal.
The objective of the scam is to harvest victim’s login credentials when they sign into the fake portal.
Please take care not to open this message if it turns up in your inbox.
Phishing scams can result in serious data breaches for individuals and companies which are costly and potentially very damaging to computer systems.
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Phishing attacks can be enormously costly and destructive, and new scams are appearing every day. Don’t wait until it happens to your business; take action to protect your company from financial and reputational damage, now.
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