2/11/16 ATTN: arizona.edu ACCOUNT USER

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are asked to click on a link to avoid accound deactivation.

If you receive this email, please delete it from your inbox.  If you clicked on the link, provided any information, or responded to the email, please contact your local IT Support or the 24/7 IT Support Center (626-8324) as soon as possible.

 

Email text:

From: Lisa Schuelke [EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED]
Subject: ATTN: arizona.edu ACCOUNT USER

ATTN: arizona.edu ACCOUNT USER,

Due to our database maintenance equipment that is happening in our arizona.edu mail message center. This maintenance of quarantine will help us avoid this dilemma every day and with the new improved software it will provide our users with a new security system that will protect and prevent users’ account from getting hacked.

We recommend that you update your arizona.edu account now to avoid termination or account de-activation.

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As always, your privacy and security are of utmost importance to us. We apologize if you have experienced any difficulties due to this situation, and please know that our technical staffs are working to solve this problem.

Thanks for your anticipated co-operation,
University of Arizona Help Desk.