Microsoft365 users are being warned to avoid a phishing scam that attempts to trick them into handing over their usernames and passwords.
The scam is targeting users of Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud hosting service. OneDrive is integrated into Microsoft365 and offers storage for documents, photos, and other files in the cloud.
As traditional phishing scams become easier to spot, fraudsters are trying out new methods to evade detection and slip under the radar.
In this latest scam, victims have reported receiving an email that claims to be linked to a file shared over OneDrive. It uses the subject line ‘ New Document Received’ and prompts the user to log in to open the document