Spam and malware email claiming to be from Evernote is not from Evernote
Occasionally, spammers may use variations of our brand to distribute spam and malware. Their messages appear to come from senders like "Evernote Service," "Evernote Cloud," or "Evernote Share," and the following are examples of subject lines that may be used:
- "Image has been corrupted"
- "Image has been sent"
- "File has been corrupted"
- "File has been sent"
- "File has been damaged"
These subject lines may include your name or email address. Some of the emails link to pharmaceutical websites and some link to malware distribution networks that may install malicious software on your computer.
Evernote did not send these emails. To identify if an email received from Evernote is authentic, see How to identify if an email sent from Evernote is authentic.
If you receive a message like this, please delete it. You do not need to report it to us.
The sender of these emails does not have access to our user lists, and is not targeting Evernote users specifically or exclusively. Evernote is one of many companies the sender is impersonating, and we've seen nearly identical messages with only the Evernote name exchanged for that of a different company.
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