We’ve had some phishing emails which appears to be from Xero.
This sort of email, when it lands in the inbox of a Xero user, can be particularly effective as it can catch you when your guard is down and does look (fairly) genuine.
Here’s an example:
And another header looks like this….
From: Xero Billing Notifications [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: 23 August 2017 13:06
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.
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