This includes that it states that a refund of £385.55 was available in the subject header.
However, in the main copy of the email, it says that the supposed amount is £385.50.
Commenting, Andy Harcup, VP Sales of Absolute Software, said: “Since the start of COVID-19, the cyber threat facing adults in the UK has surged, and this latest attack is one of many which have been designed to prey on individuals’ vulnerability and fear during this trying time.
“In particular, hundreds of email phishing campaigns have targeted corporations and businesses, with malicious attackers standing ready to take advantage of naïve or distracted employees, or exploit gaps in security controls.
“Regardless of the quantity of security training and software put in place, data will always be at risk from a sophisticated cyber attack, and therefore, it’s essential that CISOs take steps to quickly pinpoint potential threats and neutralise any cyber breaches as and when they occur, with effective and resilient endpoint security.