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"Violation Security Breach"

This email tells you that your webmail has been infected with a dangerous virus. It is a fake.

"Violation Security Breach"

"Violation Security Breach"

This email tells you that your webmail has been infected with a dangerous virus. It is a fake.

"Violation Security Breach"

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

This email tricks you into thinking there is a problem with your mailbox and quota and encourages you to click the link to fix it. Do not click on the link. Note also the improperly sized Lehigh graphic. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

This email tricks you into thinking there is a problem with your mailbox and quota and encourages you to click the link to fix it. Do not click on the link. Note also the improperly sized Lehigh graphic. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

This email tricks you into thinking there is a problem with your mailbox and quota and encourages you to click the link to fix it. Do not click on the link. Note also the improperly sized Lehigh graphic. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert

Fake "Account Update" Alert

This email implies that as a result of an upgrade, you need to log in to your account to check out the "effect". It provides a link to the supposed login page (LTS would not do this--users should know where the login page is, and should know not to click on links in email messages). Notice that this link goes to a page in a non-Lehigh domain (the page looks very much like our portal login page--but if you pay attention to the web address, it can't possibly be a Lehigh page). This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Account Update" Alert

Fake "Account Update" Alert

This email implies that as a result of an upgrade, you need to log in to your account to check out the "effect". It provides a link to the supposed login page (LTS would not do this--users should know where the login page is, and should know not to click on links in email messages). Notice that this link goes to a page in a non-Lehigh domain (the page looks very much like our portal login page--but if you pay attention to the web address, it can't possibly be a Lehigh page). This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Account Update" Alert

Fake "Account Update" Alert

This email implies that as a result of an upgrade, you need to log in to your account to check out the "effect". It provides a link to the supposed login page (LTS would not do this--users should know where the login page is, and should know not to click on links in email messages). Notice that this link goes to a page in a non-Lehigh domain (the page looks very much like our portal login page--but if you pay attention to the web address, it can't possibly be a Lehigh page). This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Account Update" Alert

Fake "Account Update" Alert

This email implies that as a result of an upgrade, you need to log in to your account to check out the "effect". It provides a link to the supposed login page (LTS would not do this--users should know where the login page is, and should know not to click on links in email messages). Notice that this link goes to a page in a non-Lehigh domain (the page looks very much like our portal login page--but if you pay attention to the web address, it can't possibly be a Lehigh page). This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Account Update" Alert

Fake Portal Login Page

This is the fake portal login page that the fake "Account Update" alert message links to. It looks almost perfect. But notice the address, "chriscomport.com". This page is not real and you should not enter any information whatsoever into this page.

Fake Portal Login Page

Fake Portal Login Page

This is the fake portal login page that the fake "Account Update" alert message links to. It looks almost perfect. But notice the address, "chriscomport.com". This page is not real and you should not enter any information whatsoever into this page.

Fake Portal Login Page

Fake Portal Login Page

This is the fake portal login page that the fake "Account Update" alert message links to. It looks almost perfect. But notice the address, "chriscomport.com". This page is not real and you should not enter any information whatsoever into this page.

Fake Portal Login Page

Fake Portal Login Page

This is the fake portal login page that the fake "Account Update" alert message links to. It looks almost perfect. But notice the address, "chriscomport.com". This page is not real and you should not enter any information whatsoever into this page.

Fake Portal Login Page

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

This email is quite similar to yesterday's fake Upgrade Alert message, even using the same Subject line. However this message attempts to create a sense of urgency by claiming that your account will be closed if you take no action. That should be a red flag, as LTS will never threaten you with account closure. Also notice that the link at the bottom of the email is pointing to a non-Lehigh domain. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

This email is quite similar to yesterday's fake Upgrade Alert message, even using the same Subject line. However this message attempts to create a sense of urgency by claiming that your account will be closed if you take no action. That should be a red flag, as LTS will never threaten you with account closure. Also notice that the link at the bottom of the email is pointing to a non-Lehigh domain. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

This email is quite similar to yesterday's fake Upgrade Alert message, even using the same Subject line. However this message attempts to create a sense of urgency by claiming that your account will be closed if you take no action. That should be a red flag, as LTS will never threaten you with account closure. Also notice that the link at the bottom of the email is pointing to a non-Lehigh domain. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Fake "Security Breach" Alert

Fake Upgrade Alert

This email purports to be a notification from LTS about upgrades to the Lehigh web-mail servers. As a security precaution, Library and Technology Services no longer sends emails with links in them. If you get an email claiming to be from us, and directing you to follow a link, you may safely assume it is fraudulent, and should delete it immediately.

Fake Upgrade Alert

Fake Upgrade Alert

This email purports to be a notification from LTS about upgrades to the Lehigh web-mail servers. As a security precaution, Library and Technology Services no longer sends emails with links in them. If you get an email claiming to be from us, and directing you to follow a link, you may safely assume it is fraudulent, and should delete it immediately.

Fake Upgrade Alert

Fake Upgrade Alert

This email purports to be a notification from LTS about upgrades to the Lehigh web-mail servers. As a security precaution, Library and Technology Services no longer sends emails with links in them. If you get an email claiming to be from us, and directing you to follow a link, you may safely assume it is fraudulent, and should delete it immediately.

Fake Upgrade Alert

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh. If you hover over the link, notice that the server address - the part between the double-slash and the next slash - is not the lehigh.edu domain (it starts out like a Lehigh web address, but it actually ends with "beverlyblackburn.com"!). Very tricky. If you were to follow this link (DON'T), you'd see a fake webmail login page (shown elsewhere in this list). NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh. If you hover over the link, notice that the server address - the part between the double-slash and the next slash - is not the lehigh.edu domain (it starts out like a Lehigh web address, but it actually ends with "beverlyblackburn.com"!). Very tricky. If you were to follow this link (DON'T), you'd see a fake webmail login page (shown elsewhere in this list). NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh. If you hover over the link, notice that the server address - the part between the double-slash and the next slash - is not the lehigh.edu domain (it starts out like a Lehigh web address, but it actually ends with "beverlyblackburn.com"!). Very tricky. If you were to follow this link (DON'T), you'd see a fake webmail login page (shown elsewhere in this list). NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh. If you hover over the link, notice that the server address - the part between the double-slash and the next slash - is not the lehigh.edu domain (it starts out like a Lehigh web address, but it actually ends with "beverlyblackburn.com"!). Very tricky. If you were to follow this link (DON'T), you'd see a fake webmail login page (shown elsewhere in this list). NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

This web form is attempting to look like a Lehigh secure web page. Note that the web address (URL) is not in the lehigh.edu domain.

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

This web form is attempting to look like a Lehigh secure web page. Note that the web address (URL) is not in the lehigh.edu domain.

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

This web form is attempting to look like a Lehigh secure web page. Note that the web address (URL) is not in the lehigh.edu domain.

Fake Lehigh Webmail Login

Fake Lehigh Account Information Form

This web form is attempting to look like a Lehigh secure web page. Note that the web address (URL) is not the lehigh.edu domain. There are also a number of misspelled words, including Lehigh.

Fake Lehigh Account Information Form

Fake Lehigh Account Information Form

This web form is attempting to look like a Lehigh secure web page. Note that the web address (URL) is not the lehigh.edu domain. There are also a number of misspelled words, including Lehigh.

Fake Lehigh Account Information Form

Fake Lehigh LTS Account Compromise Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh LTS - note that if you hover over the link, it is not the lehigh.edu domain. NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake Lehigh LTS Account Compromise Alert

Fake Lehigh LTS Account Compromise Alert

This clever phishing example looks like it is from Lehigh LTS - note that if you hover over the link, it is not the lehigh.edu domain. NOTE: LTS will not send links in email, and we will not ask for your password!

Fake Lehigh LTS Account Compromise Alert

Fake Adobe Website

This phishing scheme takes users to a fake Adobe site. Note the web address, whose domain is "goodcollegeloans.org."

Fake Adobe Website

LinkedIn Email

Many at Lehigh are using LinkedIn for professional networking. This example looks very much like the email messages received daily from LinkedIn.

LinkedIn Email

LinkedIn Email

Many at Lehigh are using LinkedIn for professional networking. This example looks very much like the email messages received daily from LinkedIn.

LinkedIn Email

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Phishers often use scare tactics to encourage people to click before they think! This is an example of a messages that appears to come from the Better Business Bureau.

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Phishers often use scare tactics to encourage people to click before they think! This is an example of a messages that appears to come from the Better Business Bureau.

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Phishers often use scare tactics to encourage people to click before they think! This is an example of a messages that appears to come from the Better Business Bureau.

Better Business Bureau Claim Email

Amazon Order Confirmation

Clicking on the links in this fake Amazon Order Confirmation will take you to a compromised site that will infect your computer.

Amazon Order Confirmation

Amazon Order Confirmation

Clicking on the links in this fake Amazon Order Confirmation will take you to a compromised site that will infect your computer.

Amazon Order Confirmation

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

This message purports to be a rejected electronic income tax refund. It attempts to trick you into downloading and opening an infected Word document.

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

This message purports to be a rejected electronic income tax refund. It attempts to trick you into downloading and opening an infected Word document.

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

This message purports to be a rejected electronic income tax refund. It attempts to trick you into downloading and opening an infected Word document.

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

This message purports to be a rejected electronic income tax refund. It attempts to trick you into downloading and opening an infected Word document.

Income Tax Return Payment Receipt

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