Phishing Campaign Targets Adobe Account Credentials

Date: January 5, 2018

By: PBS Marketing

According to the NJCCIC, a phishing campaign that attempts to steal Adobe account credentials is making rounds.

So far, the phishing emails display the subject lines of “Account Notification” or “Patch” with a URL or HTML attachment that redirects people to a fake Adobe login page. If you receive an email with any of these subject lines, do not click on it or any of the links within the email.

If you were to click on one of the links and type in your username and password, according to the NJCCIC, you would be redirected to the real Adobe website with a message saying your login attempt was unsuccessful.

With the rise of phishing scams, it is essential to be able to identify phishing emails. Click here to learn more about how to identify phishing scams.

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