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There is a Security Alert on Your Email Account - Phishing Scam

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There is a Security Alert on Your Email Account - Phishing Scam

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The email message with the subject: "There is a security alert on your email account", is a phishing scam. This scam was created to steal your email account username and password, by tricking you into clicking on the malicious link in the email message, which will take you to a phishing website.

The Phishing Microsoft Email Message

From: 0011@links519.onmicrosoft.com
Subject: There is a security alert on your email account.

Dear e-mail user,

There is a security alert on your email account.

Please click "Verify My Account" below to resolve this issue.

Check My Account

Copyright © 2013 Microsoft Inc.
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The Phishing Microsoft Email Message In Spanish (Original form)

From: 0011@links519.onmicrosoft.com

Há um alerta de segurança em sua conta de email.‏

Caro e-mail do usuário,
Há um alerta de segurança em sua conta de email.

Por favor, clique em "Verificar Minha Conta" abaixo para resolver este problema.

Verifique Minha Conta

© Copyright 2013 Microsoft Inc.

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If you click on the link in the email message above, it will take you to the phishing website hxxp://fedghjgvg.website.tl.

Phishing Website hxxp://fedghjgvg.website.tl

If you enter your email username and password on this website, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind this phishing scam. Please do not enter your username and password on this website.

If you have already entered your username and password on this phishing website, please change it immediately.

Never click on a link to sign into any of your online accounts.instead, go directly to your online account by typing the website address into your web browser.

For example:
To log into your Hotmail account, type "www.live.com" or “www.hotmail.com” in your web browser's address bar and press the "Enter" key or “Go” button.

Also, you may search for your account website in one of the popular search engines and click on one of the links in the search result to go directly to that website.

For example:
If you want to sign into your Live/Hotmail account, you may search for "Live.com" or "Hotmail" and click the link in the search result.

Using anyone of the methods above, you may rest assure that you are safely browsing a legitimate website instead of fake.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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There is a Security Alert on Your Email Account - Phishing Scam