Beware of “Spoofed Emails” From Fujifilm

Fujifilm put out a warning on their Japanese site warning of an active fishing scheme where it appears that Fujifilm is warning you of an order that you did not create. The order has a c

Beware of “spoofed emails” that pretend to be Fujifilm’s email address
As of January 13, 2023, “spoofed emails” that pretend to be Fujifilm’s email address have been confirmed.

We have seen the following sender addresses with our domain used for spoofing:

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

The content of this spoofed e-mail is to make the recipient think that there was an illegal product order that the recipient did not order on a major e-commerce site, and induce him to click the “Cancel order” button to cancel it.

This email may be intended to steal the recipient’s personal information, so if you receive such a suspicious email, please do not click the “Cancel Order” button.

In addition, there is a possibility that the e-mail address is disguised even with the e-mail address using the Fujifilm domain. If there is anything suspicious about the sender, subject, or text, please do not access the link in the text.

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