We’ve had some reports that there is a phishing email being sent which appears to be from Xero.
This sort of email, when it lands in the inbox of a Xero user, is particularly effective as it can catch you when your guard is down.
Here’s an example:
The link in this phishing email will prompt you to download a malicious file. You should report the email to your mail provider or mark it as spam and delete it. Do not click on any links or attachments.
You can find more information about how to protect yourself from email phishing attacks here.
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