Be wary of a new, devious phishing scam

temp-post-imageAnother day, another scam. Here's one that is particularly insidious.

Cyber criminals have evolved, creating increasingly intelligent malware. One such virus even impersonated an established brand to gain entry.

Email from an e-signature service widely utilized.

Email attachments will consist of an empty picture containing empty svg images carefully embedded within an HTML file (please be patient).

Clever malware that bypasses security software.

Your business could be put at risk as the code within this image redirects users to a malicious website.

By simply opening an attachment, it's possible for malware to infiltrate your device or network and put your data at risk of ransomware attacks, leaving you vulnerable.

Recently, there has been an increasing occurrence of HTML attachment attacks against small and medium businesses, so it is crucial that they take proactive steps against criminals in order to stay ahead.

Before opening any emails containing attachments sent through software for electronic signing documents, always double-check their authenticity before opening them.

Criminals know this fact all too well and often choose to impersonate trusted names as part of their scheme.

Go the extra step and block emails that contain attachments of this type in order to protect your employees from scam emails.

Contact us if you require additional advice or assistance in the implementation of additional security measures, call us at (404) 932-5940 or