Last week we saw another sneaky phishing scam making the rounds, but this time involving PDFs (which are usually considered “safe” file formats). Basically, users receive an email with a PDF attachment named nm.pdf.
The following screen shots are EXAMPLES of the phishing scam – DO NOT OPEN, ACCEPT OR ENABLE ANY WARNINGS IN DOCUMENTS.
Upon opening the PDF, users are prompted to open a macro-enabled Word document.
Once the Word document has been opened, users are asked to click “enable editing.”
Then another screen prompts users to “enable content.”
After clicking the prompts, the