A phish email targeting Staff & Faculty was reported earlier today, see details below. If you see it in your inbox, please delete.
The phish email below will redirect users to a website hosted in Russia. If you see it in your inbox, please delete.
Many York email users are being sent targeted phishing messages that direct you to a login page that is a close forgery of Passport York login page. The message is fraudulent and should be deleted. The URL in the email directs you to a website that is designed to look like the Passport York login […]
A malicious email was reported this morning. The attachment contains a virus that when it is opened, can potentially infect your computer. Please delete if you see it in your inbox. If you opened the attachment, please report it to your local IT support group or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A scam email purporting to be from Microsoft was reported this morning. Clicking on the link "Review recent activity" will redirect you to a malicious website designed to look like the Microsoft login page. If you find it in your inbox, please delete.
The phish email with subject line "Undelivered Mail Notification" was reported by our user community. Clicking on the link "Retrieve your E-mails" will redirect users to an external malicious site. If you see it in your inbox, please delete.
A phish email with the subject line "Email Deactivation" was reported. Clicking on the Cancel Request button redirects users to http://mayoorz . com/demo/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/update/index.php?
Phish email with the subject line "Important Info HR Department" was reported earlier this afternoon. The link will redirect users to a fake YorkU login. Kudos to all of you that reported the scam and thank you for staying alert!!!
The email address "Gift.Card.Deal@YorkU.CA" that purports to be from York does not exist. The scammer will request that you call the number 1-900-783-3030 which has a charge of $1.99/min.
Can you spot the tell-tale signs of this phish email? Some users did. Can you?