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Look Out for the "Corporate Email Upgrade Alerts" Phishing Scam

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Look Out for the "Corporate Email Upgrade Alerts" Phishing Scam

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If you have received the email below, which claims that the system has detected a password error on your enterprise mailbox, please delete it because it is a phishing scam. The fake email is being sent by cybercriminals to trick and fright potential victims into responding with their personal and account information. Therefore, recipients of the fake email are asked to delete it. And, for those who have already been tricked by it, are asked to change their password immediately, before the cybercriminals responsible for the scam gain access to their accounts, hijack and use them fraudulently.

And, remember, a legitimate company will never ask you to send your personal and account information in an email message. So, once you are asked to do so, it is online scammers or cybercriminals who are attempting to trick you into giving them your information, which they will use to gain illegal access to your online accounts.

The "Corporate Email Upgrade Alerts" Phishing Scam

Corporate email upgrade alerts (please read as soon as possible)

Tue 19/09/2017 00:02

From: "Warden"

Dear user:

The system detected fail to log in your email frequently,The reason is a password error . For safety reasons,You can't use the enterprise mailbox through the client for the time being?It is recommended to check if there are more or more computers with incorrect passwords.

You can specify the mailbox by filling in the following details:postmastorss@foxmail.com Continue using email:

E-mail account:For example

Be sure to complete your account information.

Common areas:

email password:

Mailbox history password:

Email address:

Please send the information to our designated mailbox after completing the completion postmastorss@foxmail.com

Our staff will update your email in 24 hours,Improve your mailbox security factor,And bind to your usual login area,When the binding is done, the person will not be able to login to your mailbox again.

For your normal use of our corporate email, please be sure to cooperate actively. If there is any inconvenience, please forgive me?

Corporate email team

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Look Out for the "Corporate Email Upgrade Alerts" Phishing Scam