Scam of the Month: Faux PDF

This phishing campaign sends an email with the subject, "Assessment document." The body of the email has a PDF attachment that appears to be locked. The message reads: "PDF Secure File UNLOCK to Access File Content".

If you click to unlock the document, a dialog box will appear, asking for your email address and password.   

Of course, we know better than to hand that information over because some random email asks us to. Just remember - Think Before You Click!

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