Take action to avoid a clever new phishing scam

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A new phishing scam is using blank image attachments and a trusted brand name to trick victims into downloading malware.

Targets receive a convincing looking but fake email that appears to come from a widely used e-signature platform.

The malicious code is so well hidden in the attachment that some anti-virus software isn’t spotting the threat.

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