RingCentral Spoof – Heads up!

Cybercriminals are now using references to the popular VoIP/efax service RingCentral in an attempt to trick users into taking actions that will infect their computers with malware.

Users receive an email message displaying the sending address ‘RingCentral’, a subject line that contains their name and the text ‘you have a new fax from 314-521-2722’ (or some other number), and the message body telling the user they can view the new fax message ‘on our website.’ Clicking the hyperlink will take the user to a web page that will infect the computer with a Trojan.

Make sure you just delete the message without clicking on any links.

Remind your users to stop and think before they act.

Everyone stay safe out there!


 

 

Author: Glenn

President & CEO MicroData