Watch out for this email invoice scam.
MailGuard has detected fake invoice notifications like the one in the screenshot above, being sent from a wide variety of compromised email accounts.Read More
MailGuard has detected a new email scam attempting to deliver malware to victim’s computers.
This malicious email - see screenshot above - is designed to look like a NSW Government “penalty notice,” using a fake “revenue.nsw.gov.au” link to try and lure victims into opening a malware-infected .doc file.Read More
A new email fraud attack has been detected by MailGuard.
The scammers behind this attack are exploiting MYOB’s brand name to persuade potential victims their email message is a legitimate invoice notification.Read More
MailGuard has detected an email phishing scam - see screenshot above - seeking to harvest victim’s email login data.
Cybercriminals use phished email credentials to perpetrate identity theft and steal victim’s personal data.Read More
Threat alert: two new email scams targeting Telstra customers are hitting inboxes. These well-designed email attacks both use fake Telstra bill notifications to trick victims into clicking on malicious links.
MailGuard has detected a new email-based cyber-attack exploiting DHL branding.
This scam is designed to look like a ‘shipping notification’ from DHL shipping. The text of the message advises the recipient that they ‘have DHL shipment’ and asks them to ‘download attached to confirm your shipping details.’Read More
MailGuard has detected a new email scam using a .doc file infected with macro malware.
This scam email is designed to look like an E-Toll notification. The message - as shown in the screenshot above - advises the victim to view their E-toll account statement but the attached .doc file is infected with a malicious macro which would download malware to the victim’s computer.Read More
MailGuard has identified a new scam using a fake Office 365 notification email that links to a phishing site; see screenshot above. The scam is designed to steal your Office 365 login credentials.
Recipients of the scam email are informed that their "office email" will be deactivated, and instructed to click on a link in the message to “cancel deactivation.”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.