We’ve noticed a significant increase in realistic looking LinkedIn reminder spam e-mails over the past week.
The e-mail appears to arrive from email@example.com on behalf of LinkedIn communication [firstname.lastname@example.org] and is an exact copy of the official LinkedIn reminder e-mail.
Hovering over the link show us that the spam e-mail is attempting to direct us to a redirection page on a hacked website.
After clicking the link, several redirects take place until we finally land at a fake pharmacy website.
Thanks to Michael Boman for sharing the e-mail sample.