A message that appears to come from a website pretending to be from Microsoft or Google could be an automated hoax.
The message includes a link to a malicious website that uses the same domain name as a malicious email provider, such as Sparklight, which is part of Microsoft’s Azure cloud service.
It asks for a verification code to open the malicious website, which may contain malicious code.
The email appears to be an email from a domain provider and claims to be a legitimate Microsoft email service.
In the email, a Microsoft representative said that the message is from Sparklight and was sent to confirm your account.
A Sparklight spokesperson said the company is unable to verify the authenticity of emails sent from the account.
The message is sent from a Sparklight email account.
This email is sent to verify your account (and/or verification code) .
It is also suspicious that the email was sent from Sparkle’s email account, which does not use the same email address.
It is also possible that the same account may have been compromised in the past and the message was sent using a new email address, said Jitendra Singh, a senior product manager at security firm Security Ledger.
The company does not believe that the malicious email was created by a malicious individual.
The company has a dedicated team of researchers and security experts who investigate these types of messages, Singh said.
The messages appear to originate from the Microsoft email domain, according to a report by security firm ESET.
The Sparklight team has also tested and confirmed the authenticity and legitimacy of the email.
Singh said he is also looking into the possibility that the spoof email was faked, which could make it appear that the company did not send the message to confirm an account, or to verify a customer’s identity.
If that is the case, the sender could have been trying to mislead customers into believing that the customer was using a different service, Singh added.
In a blog post, Microsoft said the malicious message is part “of our ongoing efforts to improve our overall security posture.”
The company said that it has been working with the US government and law enforcement to find out who sent the message.
Microsoft is also investigating the authenticity, veracity, and legitimacy.
We are continuing to investigate and work with law enforcement and other partners to find the origin of this malicious message and ensure that we take action to prevent similar threats in the future.