This message, with a bogus link to "lehi.yolasite.com", is not legitimate. Do not click on links to non-Lehigh sites (something other than "lehigh.edu"), never give out personal information (SSN, credit card numbers) or provide credentials (such as username or password), and do not reply to unexpected spurious messages.
"ITS Web Upgrade"
Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 13:47
This message is a repeat (look back in the archive to April 30, 2013). The "From:" address has been forged, but that fact doesn't mean much. Email addresses can't be counted on as an indication of a message's validity. The real key is that the link directs you to a web address that has nothing to do with Lehigh (http://myshoponline.net/wp-admin/includes/webmail/). Not only didn't Lehigh send this, it isn't a reasonable imitation of anything we actually would send. Delete it.
Irregular Activities Verification
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 10:27
Banking Information Form
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 10:15
This is the form included with the "Irregular Activities Verification" scam message.
Fake "Verify Mailbox and Increase Quota" Alert
Sunday, April 28, 2013 - 00:00
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 "Irregular Action" / Verify Address Alert
Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 08:01
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!