|Have you seen this email?|
If so, DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS!
Criminals posing as Microsoft claiming that there has been “suspicious activity” on your account and requiring you to “sign in to your account” want to hijack your information.
THIS IS A PHISHING ATTEMPT.
If you “sign-in” you will be giving them your authentication info that they will use to harm your computer or hold your entire organization’s network hostage for RANSOME money (in bitcoins).
What to do:
1. Check the TO: info. It’s sometimes a random address such as “careers”.
2. DO NOT respond with a question. The bad guys will likely respond back insisting you log in with your info (that’s their hook).
3. DO NOT click on their link. Rather, hover over the link to see the destination address. It may be a random or suspicious URL or a misspelled “microsoft” address.
4. Suspicious? Forward the suspicious email (as an attachment by using CTRL+ALT+F) to support@GenesisGT.com.
Questions? Call Genesis Global Technologies if you have any questions.
Phishing scams are rampant right now as hackers take advantage of the
vulnerability of remote users and unsecured networks.
Contact Genesis Global Technologies to schedule your SECURITY AUDIT.
Let us help you protect your organization.