Last May I wrote a post about the rising levels of spam and phishing e-mails arriving into people’s inboxes.
Many of these purport to be from Microsoft.
Since I published that post it appears that the volume of these e-mails continues to rise.
If you receive a suspicious e-mail, please read my previous post.
If you’ve any questions please contact me.
The most popular phishing e-mail currently making the rounds is:
This e-mail does NOT come from Microsoft and you should NOT reply or send any details.
We do report these e-mails to the relevant authorities.