Healthcare Provider Compromised as Scammers Mimic DocuSign, Microsoft and Adobe

Posted by MailGuard on 10 August 2021 16:23:40 AEST

MailGuard has intercepted an email attack that uses multiple trusted brand names to fool victims into providing their sensitive information for credential harvesting. DocuSign, with hundreds of millions of users worldwide, is a household name with businesses and organizations using the tool for electronic signatures and agreements. Purporting to be from a prominent healthcare provider a DocuSign link is sent to recipients, in an attempt to capture email and login addresses and to potentially download malware. Other trusted names such as Adobe, Microsoft and IBM have been spoofed using accurately depicted branding and logos to catch victims off guard.  

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Phishing email scam sent from compromised account claims to share “secure documents”; employs Adobe, Dropbox & Microsoft branding

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 05 February 2021 13:51:18 AEDT

A new phishing email scam intercepted by MailGuard is a good reminder of the importance of exercising caution before clicking on links within an email – even if it appears to be sent from a legitimate sender.

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Phishing email sent from compromised Outlook account spoofs Dropbox and Adobe

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 15 October 2020 16:32:40 AEDT


MailGuard has intercepted a phishing email scam spoofing two popular business applications - Dropbox, a file sharing and collaboration platform, and Adobe, a multi-media computer software company. 

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Phishing email claiming to share “secured” document states it “has been scanned for malicious malware”

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 30 September 2020 16:37:04 AEST

MailGuard has intercepted a phishing email masquerading as an automated file-sharing notification, designed to harvest your confidential credentials.

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Email scam spoofs Adobe Document Cloud to harvest user credentials

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 04 September 2020 12:14:24 AEST

Email users should be wary of emails landing in their inbox from Adobe Document Cloud, which may in fact be the latest scam spoofing the software in an attempt to harvest sensitive user data. Sent from ‘Document via Adobe Acrobat’ the emails mimic an actual Adobe email, telling the recipient that they have ‘a pending document’ which they are ‘required to access before the expiry date.’ It continues by informing recipients that ‘It’s mandatory you follow the below button.’

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Scam Alert: Phishing email claims to share a “secured document using Adobe Creative Cloud Service”

Posted by Akankasha Dewan on 13 August 2020 19:54:23 AEST

In the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it's common for employees working remotely to share business documents with one another via email. It looks like cybercriminals are increasingly exploiting that trend.  

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