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Fake Microsoft Teams Emails Phish for Credentials
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dreamweaver7778
dreamweaver7778,
User Rank: Author
5/4/2020 | 8:43:34 AM
Always follow the basics
Just the latest example of continued vigilance on the part of InfoSec teams everywhere.  A lot of the filtering technology has continued to improve to remove these before messages getting delivered to end users, but this is no substitute for a progressive, ongoing securuity awareness program.  Testing your users each and every month so they continue to scrutinize each email and not assume its valid "just because it looks like it."
sandiegopools
sandiegopools,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/4/2020 | 3:31:37 AM
Re: Pending Review
Great
mycoding
mycoding,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/3/2020 | 11:44:00 PM
Scammers are everywhere
Scammers are everywhere, personally I get scam emails very often. You shoud be careful of the domain they used to send.

sometimes they say hotmail or even paypal and as you click to enter password they will steal it backend. so make sure it is really hotmail or paypal.


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