Category Archives: Information Security Alerts

PHISH: Subject: FW: We have temporarily restricted your Wells Fargo online banking access

We have temporarily restricted your online banking access
For your security, your online banking service has been temporarily restricted.
This action was caused by an unusual number of failed login attempts.
To restore your online banking access, click : <<LINK REMOVED>> and proceed with the verification process.
Wells Fargo safeguards your account when there is a possibility that someone other than you is attempting to sign on.
© 1999 – 2016 Wells Fargo. All rights reserved.

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PHISH: Subject: IT Help Desk

From: Washington and Lee University [mailto:<<EMAIL REMOVED>>]
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2016 3:11 PM
Subject: IT Help Desk
Dear User,
You have reached your monthly allowed mail quota for the month of July.
Kindly be informed that excessive use of your mail account will result to account termination.
Follow prompt by visiting our URL below to increase mail quota.
<<LINK REMOVED>>
Thank you.
IT Help Desk.
Washington and Lee University

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PHISH: Subject: IT Service Desk

From: FIRST LAST [mailto:<<EMAIL REMOVED>>]
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2016 1:54 PM
Subject: IT Service Desk
Mail-box Quota full.
CLICK HERE <<LINK REMOVED>> for quota increase or ignore if your mail-box is
no longer in use.
IT Service Desk

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PHISH: Subject: RE: Office of IT

The Office of IT Infrastructure has upgraded storage access to increase the protection of data assets and system performance Click on:<<LINK REMOVED>>Faculty & Staff Email  to upgrade storage
©2016 Helpdesk

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PHISH: Subject IT Broadcast

From: Lisa Freeman
Sent: 01 July 2016 12:11
To: Lisa Freeman
Subject: IT Broadcast
Impacted Groups: 2016 Outlook/Exchange Users
If you are receiving this message, the Outlook / Exchange email servers that provide your email service will undergo scheduled maintenance tonight,
july 1, 2016 from 07:00pm to 02:00am
Please Click <<LINK REMOVED>> here and log in to your Outlook client prior before 02:00 am today to enable auto backup of all information’s on your mailbox, if you do not log into the auto backup portal, you may lose the connection
to your mailbox including all your information’s during the maintenance.
If you find it difficult to send or receive messages from your Outlook client after the maintenance period, or tomorrow morning, please close Outlook and then log in again.
We regret this inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
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PLEASE DO NOT REPLY DIRECTLY TO THIS MESSAGE.
This is a Broadcast e-mail sent on behalf of the Sender and/or Department. If you
wish to respond, please follow the contact instructions in the message ONLY.

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PHISH: Subject: Notification from faculty admin.

From: Blackboard Learning [mailto:notification at  admin.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 1:52 PM
To: LawTech <<EMAIL REMOVED>>
Subject: Notification from faculty admin.
Dear member : lawtech
You have 4 notification messages from your faculty admin.
Click below url to read
<<LINK REMOVED>>
Thanks
Blackboard Learning

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PHISH: Subject: Washington and Lee University – Important Information

From: FIRST LAST [mailto:<<EMAIL REMOVED>>]
Sent: Monday, June 13, 2016 6:18 PM
Subject: Washington and Lee University – Important Information
Washington and Lee University – Important Information
for Staff and Student Sign in to Read.
Staff Login        Student Login    <<LINKS REMOVED>>
Washington and Lee University 2016.

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PHISH: Subject: Subject: [Allstaff] IT Service Notices

From: ITS [mailto:lli  at athabascau.ca]
Sent: Sunday, June 12, 2016 5:11 AM
Subject: Subject: [Allstaff] IT Service Notices
Importance: High
Your E-mail Will Expire In The Next TWO {2} Days Please Log On To Validate login: <<LINK REMOVED>>
This communication is intended for the use of the recipient to whom it
is addressed, and may contain confidential, personal, and or privileged
information. Please contact us immediately if you are not the intended
recipient of this communication, and do not copy, distribute, or take
action relying on it. Any communications received in error, or\|   subsequent reply, should be deleted or destroyed.

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PHISH: Subject: SV: ICT ​Technical Support !

ICT ​Technical Support
We are migrating all  email accounts into  Outlook Web App 2016 and as such all active Account Holder are to verify and Log in for the upgrade and migration to take effect now. This is done to improve the security and efficiency due to recent spam mails received.
Click <<LINK REMOVED>> ICT Technical Support to migrate and block further Spam mails.

Regards,
ICT Team,
Outlook Services for Staff and Internet services

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PHISH: Subject: You have 3 messages from your faculty admin

From: Blackboard Learning [mailto:no-reply at blackboard.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2016 12:55 PM
To: LAST, FIRST
Subject: You have 3 messages from your faculty admin
Dear member : username  at  wlu.edu
Your faculty admin left 3 important courses for this semester on your blackboard learning.
click here to read message.  <<LINK REMOVED>>
Thanks
Blackboard  ITS

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