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Online PDFs for corporate e-mail phishing

Online PDFs for corporate e-mail phishing

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The latest in phishers’ battle for corporate e-mail credentials involves notifications allegedly from Adobe online services. And because they’ve begun using an online PDF file (supposedly stored on Adobe’s website), we created a real file to highlight the signs of a fishy e-mail and a fake “online PDF.”

Adobe PDF Online phishing message

In the phishing messages, the first thing that stands out is the description of the file — shared with you through “secure Adobe PDF online.” Right away, ask yourself, does the service actually exist?

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