Caution: OneDrive & Outlook File-Sharing Email Phishing Campaign

Posted by MailGuard on 09 July 2021 14:22:37 AEST

Email users take care, MailGuard is intercepting a fraudulent file sharing email scam that uses a Microsoft OneDrive template and links to two different phishing pages, one of which employs Outlook OWA branding, and the other has branding for the recipient company. The campaign is designed to harvest sensitive user credentials that can be used in subsequent attacks and/or sold on the dark web.

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Fake OneDrive notification

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 10 August 2018 13:34:25 AEST

If you see this message show up in your inbox, please delete it; it’s a phishing attack.

Although it’s been designed to look like an innocuous notification message, the “view completed document” link actually points to a phishing page - shown below - set up to harvest people’s email login credentials.   

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Phishing scam brandjacks OneDrive

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 28 May 2018 14:08:20 AEST


A new phishing scam discovered by MailGuard is trying to mislead victims by impersonating a OneDrive notification.

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