MailGuard has detected a new cyber-attack using an email with a PDF attachment.
Major Australian telcos Vodafone, Telstra and Bigpond are having their brands exploited in a new email scam detected by MailGuard today.
This innocent looking message (see screenshot above) appears to be delivering a ‘wire transfer receipt’ as a .pdf attachment, but the attached document contains malicious code that is activated if the file is opened.Read More
A new zero-day email scam imitating Xero branding has been detected by MailGuard.
This email is supposed to look like a Xero invoice notification. The text advises the recipient that their credit card will be debited, and offers a link to view their bill.Read More
Zero-day phishing attack detected by MailGuard: this phishing email is designed to look like an invoice notification message from Microsoft Dynamics.
You can see in the screenshot above, that this is not a very well designed email scam, but the use of Microsoft’s branding makes the scam more likely to fool people.Read More
MailGuard is detecting criminal intent emails designed to look like MYOB invoice notifications from a company called Craftedeals.
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.