MailGuard has intercepted a new criminal-intent email that is exploiting Ezi Office Supplies branding.
You can see in the screenshot above that this scam message is well formatted and looks like a legitimate invoice notification.Read More
This is the second email scam mimicking a Quickbooks notification that MailGuard has detected today. As you can see in the screenshot above, the message is meant to look like an invoice notification message.
Although this scams looks superficially similar to the one from earlier today, the sender addresses and underlying mechanisms of this attack are actually quite different.Read More
MailGuard is detecting criminal intent emails designed to look like MYOB invoice notifications from a company called Craftedeals.
MailGuard has detected a new email scam involving a fake Suncorp wire transfer notification.
The email subject line reads ‘the wire transfer can not be processed.’
The message goes on to inform the recipient that ‘the detailed information regarding this transfer is on the link.’Read More
MailGuard has detected a new email scam today using fake AGL Energy branding.
Some effort has gone into making this malicious email convincing enough to deceive victims; the design is well executed as you can see in the screenshot above, with sophisticated text and graphical content, that makes it look a lot like a genuine AGL communication.Read More
This afternoon MailGuard intercepted a large batch of criminal-intent emails formatted to look like Bakerdays Quickbooks invoices. (See screenshot, above.)
These fake invoices are well designed, so they would not necessarily look suspicious to recipients based on their appearance. They even have a legitimate looking sender address: andrea[at]bakerdays[dot]comRead More
Breaking security news: Email scam uses fakeTelstra branding to try and ambush recipients
A large run of malicious emails were detected and intercepted by our team. The scam email impersonates an electronic billing notification for Telstra customers and is quite well designed, and hard to distinguish from a real Telstra communication.
Earlier today malicious emails began targeting Australian inboxes in the form of fake Telstra email bills. In a twist, the emails claim ‘Good news – your account is currently in credit, so no payment is required at this time.’Read More
Another large scale run of fake ASIC emails was deployed yesterday. The first message was delivered at 08:46:21 AEST on the 23rd August, and purports to be an ABN registration renewal notification.Read More
The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.