Windows 10: Phishing from domain mm-microsoft.com

Discus and support Phishing from domain mm-microsoft.com in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; I am getting emails from this domain and email *** Email address is removed for privacy *** Selling product keys and activation keys. This is a... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by Manual Ichato, Sep 25, 2019.

  1. Phishing from domain mm-microsoft.com


    I am getting emails from this domain and email


    *** Email address is removed for privacy ***


    Selling product keys and activation keys.


    This is a phishing domain ... what do we do?? Can anyone enlighten me??



    :)
     
    Manual Ichato, Sep 25, 2019
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  2. phishing email

    While there are legitimate emails from the Microsoft account team,
    email phishing scams using the Microsoft name
    are very common so you have to be very careful. A
    legitimate email address domain from Microsoft is @accountprotection.microsoft.com.


    This is an example of an older scam:
    Ask Leo: Is Windows Live Hotmail about to close my account?


     
    quietman7 - MVP, Sep 25, 2019
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  3. phishing scam?

    Hi Marie,

    There are different types of Phishing scam, and the one that you received might be probably a
    "Deceptive Phishing" or "System Reconfiguration Attacks". For you to prevent receiving a phishing email and to be more aware about scams, we suggest that you report it by following the steps on this
    link. There are tips as well on the said link on how to determine a phishing email.

    We're looking forward to your feedback.
     
    Carlos Tin, Sep 25, 2019
    #3
  4. Phishing from domain mm-microsoft.com

    Microsoft fixes Internet Explorer 7 phishing shield

    Internet Explorer 7 was designed with security in mind. While there have been several flaws reported in the browser, Microsoft has so far been very good with patching them. When they discovered that Internet Explorer 7's phishing shield can get bogged down very quickly when viewing multiple web pages at once (or just a web page with a lot of content), Microsoft worked hard to find a fix. The problem lied in the way the phishing filter checks for bad sites. Instead of checking whether a site is on a pre-downloaded "naughty list" like Firefox 2, Internet Explorer 7 asks Microsoft whether or not a site is good before loading it. A quick optimization patch was not included in the most recent "Patch Tuesday", but you can still get it here.

    Source: CNET
     
    zekrahminator, Sep 25, 2019
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