Microsoft warns about open redirect phishing campaign

Microsoft warns about open redirect phishing campaign


The Microsoft Security Intelligence Twitter account is at it again with another PSA regarding phishing campaigns. These open redirector links are crafted to subvert normal inspection efforts. Click the link and you’ll be redirected to a domain that appears legit (such as a Microsoft 365 login page). It sets the stage for you to voluntarily hand over credentials to bad actors without even realizing it until it’s too late.

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