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They're always coming for you!

The latest in phishing scams to get your login information, (Today's pick Microsoft 365)

An email from someone you may know or do business with.

The weblink opens up like this.

Then leads you to this.

You choose or click on a tile.

So far eveything looks pretty normal right? Wrong!

Here's what the normal web links and logins for these places would look like.

Microsoft 365:

So, it's really important to pay close attention to where you are and what's going on when working with these peticular Internet based providers.

This catch came from a client and they passed it onto us to check it out and even with the normal email security, weblink checkers and Internet tools gave this email and it's weblink a green light.

The tip that gave this one away was here, the weblinks did not have a legit/valid or registered SSL/HTTPS connection.

So remember to always keep a fresh look at your emails and look closer at any emails that require you to interact with them or lead you to a website to give your login credentials and of course please continue to reach out to us here at LMB with any question you may on this material or any technical questions or concerns you have.

Happy Chanukah, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.


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