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"Your Email Account was just Signed to a New Windows Device" Phishing Scam

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"Your Email Account was just Signed to a New Windows Device" Phishing Scam

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The "Your Email Account was just Signed to a New Windows Device" email below is a scam, therefore recipients of the same email are asked to delete and should not follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by cybercriminals trick the recipeints into clicking on the link within it. The link goes to a fake and phishing Microsoft website that steal online account credentials if visitors attempt to sign into it.

The "Your Email Account was just Signed to a New Windows Device" Phishing Scam

Email Service Alert***

Mon 4/8/2019 2:13 AM

From: Mail Security - no-reply@server.com

Your Email Account (email address) was just signed in on a new Windows device from

Lοсаtіοn: Equatorial Guinea ( 32.14.84.35 )

Dаtе аnd Тіmе 11:20, 8 Apr 2019

Βгοwѕег: Edge

You're getting this email to make sure it was you.

If you don't recognize this activity, it means someone else may have accessed your Email Account.

For your protection, please review your account activity below.

Click here to review account activity

Once the information provided matches what is on our record, your

account will work effectively protected after the verification is processed.

Sincerely,

Mail Service Team.

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The link in the phishing email message goes to a fake or phishing Live website, which will attempt to trick the potential victims into entering their usernames and passwords on it. If Live users attempt to sign into the phishing website with their usernames and passwords, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind the email scam, who will use the information to hijack their accounts. The hijacked Live accounts will then be used by cybercriminals fraudulently.

Remember, if you receive email messages like these, please go directly to your email account instead of clicking on the links in the email messages. If there is anything wrong with your account, it will be shown to you after signing in. And, if you were tricked by one of these phishing scams, please change your password immediately before your Live account is hijacked. If your account has already been hijacked, click here for help regaining access to it.

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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"Your Email Account was just Signed to a New Windows Device" Phishing Scam