Phishing Emails: Microsoft 365 Multi-Factor Authentication



We are reminding all users to remain vigilant when opening and clicking links in suspicious emails and in more recent cases, emails containing a QR code. This week we have seen an increase in phishing emails being sent to clients claiming to be from Microsoft with the content “The multi-factor authentication for {your-email} is set to expire today.”


The subject of the email contains “Action Required: 2FA Authentication Notice {Date}” and the body of the email contains a QR code. When scanned the QR code takes the user to a malicious website, designed to look official with the intention of capturing user’s email addresses, passwords and other personal information.


If you receive an email of this nature, please delete it and do not click or scan any of the content. If you are unsure whether an email is genuine or not, please get in contact with us for further advice.



Phishing: 365 Multi-Factor Authentication




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