Catch of the Day: Outlook Update Phish
Examples of clever phish that made it past my spam filters and into my inbox. Some are sent by clients or readers like you, and other reliable sources on the Internet.
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Outlook Update Phish
This one arrived on Tuesday May 16 1:38 pm and by the time I got to it on Wednesday May 17 2:35pm the landing page was gone. The email sender was from Portugal (.PT) All I can do is show you the email images to give you something to be on guard against.
This email was delivery via the Firefox Browser on Kali Linux.
The link above redirected to https://ipfs.io/ipfs/bafybeiddwvhoiafsme24di5lkajq4g4milydjdqnrtgnctz4gyohj4nmcu/T78j0.html#c3VwcG9ydEB3eXpndXlzLmNvbQ==
Where the landing page should have been I got this: