7/24/14 IT SERVICE: WEBMAIL ACCOUNT VIOLATION

UA Information Security received a phishing report this morning that claims to be informing the recipient that an attempt was made to log into the recipient's email account from a new computer, and that the recipient should click on a link to verify his/her location.

If you receive this email, delete it from your inbox. 

PLEASE NOTE:  The link in this email may install malware on your device.

If you responded to the email, or clicked on the link, please contact your local IT support or the 24/7 IT Support Center (626-8324) as soon as possible.

Email screenshot:

Screenshot -- Spoofed URL installs malware

Email text:

From: Dagmar Mucina
Sent: Thursday, 24 July 2014 10:42 PM
To: Dagmar Mucina
Subject: IT SERVICE: WEBMAIL ACCOUNT VIOLATION
 
Dear Webmail User,
 
An Attempt has been made to log in your email account from a new computer. For the security of your account, we are poised to open a query. Kindly click the link <URL REMOVED> and log on  to verify your location.
 
Do not ignore this message to avoid termination of your web account.
 
Web Administrator
IT SERVICE
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