I received a new O365 Phishing email. Take a quick look and see if you can spot all the problems in this mail:
Can you spot the clues?
Here’s some highlighting.
- not from Microsoft..
- Bad grammar – “we’ve prevent”, “from been deleted”
- Misspellings – “interuption”,”valiate”, “Acitivity”
The clickable link also uses a url shortener to hide that it’s not from MS.
The actual link goes to a page that has been identified as malware, but it could just as easily have been a site that looked like a valid Office 365 login – check the top url (helpwarrior.com is NOT Microsoft).