This is the latest phishing email reported to the Loyola Information Security Office: Clicking the link directs you to enter your credentials into a form. Don’t forget Loyola will never send you an email containing a link to provide your username and password.
This is the latest phishing email reported to the Loyola Information Security Office:
This is the latest phishing email reported to the Loyola Information Security Office From: LUC-Webmaster [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 11:35 AM To: WebTeam Subject: Update Dear User Your password will expire in Three Days Click on the link below to validate your e-mail. CLICK HERE System Administrator The link is an attempt to […]
This one was captured this morning. Luckily there are no links in this one. From: Sung Lee Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 5:07 PM To: Recipients Subject: Business Ethics. Greetings, I am Mr.Sung Lee,Auditing and Account Credit Officer,Dah Sing Bank Ltd (Hong Kong).I will give you the details but in summary,the funds are coming via […]
After a quiet few days, the phishers are at it again. The first one from today was easy to identify because it came from a London bank: Our Valued Account Holder, Lloyds TSB Bank technical services department is carrying out a scheduled software upgrade to improve the quality of services for the online banking customers. […]
This phish was received by one of our automated mailboxes this morning. It claims that your account has been compromised and unless you follow the instructions, your account will be blocked. ATTENTION : MAIL VIOLATION NOTIFICATION This Account has been Compromise; User is advice to follow the admin assistance below for authentication of this account. […]
The following phish email was received claiming a reset of a non-existent message center database that requests the user validate their luc.edu mailbox Begin forwarded message: From: Date: August 13, 2013, 6:17:38 PM CDT To: undisclosed-recipients:; Dear Luc.edu Email User, Due to database maintenance equipment that is happening in our Luc.edu email message center. Our […]
The Latest phish received contains the following subject line: “Faculty/ Staff/ Employee Notification” The Body of the email reads: Institution account routine, this has been made mandatory for all users.Due to the IP Security upgrades we have reason to believe that your webmail account was accessed by a third party. You are advice to re-validate […]