We are seeing a huge increase in the number of phishing and malware loaded emails recently. The most common and very dangerous ones we have seen claim to be from Amazon confirming a refund.
There are many different types of scam emails so you really need to be on your guard, it is so easy to click on a link or open an attachment. The damage to your computer or network could be huge, and very costly to repair. If you receive any emails with attachments or links, even from a well-known source or colleague, stop, and take a moment to consider whether the email could be fake. Check the content of the email carefully, look for tell-tale signs, such as grammatical errors. Think whether you have recently done business with the supplier in question.