Add LogMeIn to the list of remote services and collaboration platforms whose users are being targeted by phishing scammers seeking to take advantage of businesses' current work-from-home policies under COVID-19.

In a company blog post, Abnormal Security researchers reported witnessing an influx of campaigns targeting LogMeIn -- provider of cloud-based remote connectivity services for collaboration, IT management and customer engagement -- after not seeing any such similar activity prior to May.

And because LogMeIn provides single sign-on capabilities with LastPass, victims who fall for this ruse may find that their access to the password manager is endangered as well.

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