Phishing Alerts

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to click on a link to verify an Arizona account. The link goes to a page that looks UA affiliated, but it is not. 

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to click on a link to verify an email account.

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to click on a link to view a brochure.

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to reply with personal information for a job application. There was also an attachment in the email. 

UA Information Security received an email report, where recipients are directed to click on a link to create an account on a job finding website that appeared to be associated with the University of Arizona.

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to click on an attachment for payment confirmation. Two versions of this email were sent out Friday morning.

UA Information Security received a phishing email report, where recipients are directed to click on a link to update an account.

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

 

Email text:

The Information Security Office received another spear phishing report today.  Please delete this from your inbox.

 

From: University Of Arizona <EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED>
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 1:03 PM
Subject: Kindly VISIT HERE to confirm your student portal, we notice an unusual activity.

Kindly VISIT HERE <URL REMOVED> to confirm your student portal, we notice an unusual activity.

The Information Security Office received another spear phishing report targeting student accounts.

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

Email text:

The Information Security Office received a phishing email report that appears to be a response due to a bounced email.

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

 

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