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Recent Phishing Examples (quota)

Fake Mail Quota Warning

This message fraudulently tells you that your email quota has been exceeded. The message is not from Lehigh and the link takes you to a non-Lehigh site which may have malicious software. Delete this message. NOTE: you can hover over links to see that it does not go to a real lehigh domain. You can also check your (legacy, not Gmail) mail quota by going to your Lehigh Account web page linked at the bottom of the main Lehigh and Inside Lehigh web pages.

Fake Mail Quota Warning

Webmail Upgrade Fraud

This message indicates that you are using more space for web mail than you have been allocated. It threatens that unless a link is clicked to upgrade the account, the account holder will be unable to receive email. Notice that the message is signed "Admin Help Desk" (no such thing), refers to "email labs" (again, no such thing), and that the link points to someplace that is not lehigh.edu. Clicking the link can result in having your account credentials compromised. This email should be regarded as SPAM and deleted.

Webmail Upgrade Fraud

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