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Beware the QR Code: The New Email Scam Targeting Office 365 Users

In a digital world where scam emails are all too common, cybercriminals are getting craftier with their tactics. A new phishing scheme targeting Office 365 users has emerged, featuring a deceptive QR code. The scam email persuades the recipient to scan the QR code to view a shared document. Upon scanning, they're redirected to a fraudulent Office 365 login page, designed to steal credentials. Stay vigilant, double-check email senders, and when in doubt, contact your IT department before scanning unfamiliar QR codes or clicking on links. Remember, it's better to be safe than sorry when navigating the digital landscape. 

if it doesnt show who its from, click on FORWARD EMAIL and it will show you the sender email, which, if not from microsoft.com will clearly be a scam

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