We can’t possibly post every phish we’ve seen this week–as phishers trawl for identities they can steal, bombarding UD inboxes at the beginning of a new semester. But this one has an interesting wrinkle: it claims that someone with a specific IP address tried to access your account! With that level of detail, it’s got to be correct, right?

No!

From: Welch, Crystal
Subject: FW: WEBMAIL TECHNICAL SUPPORT
To:
Date: Thursday, February 7, 2013, 3:27 AM

Dear User,

Attention! Your Webmail Account was violated! Someone with IP address 82.160.128.20 tried to access your personal account! Please click the link below and enter your webmail information to confirm that you are not currently away. You have 3 days to confirm webmail information or your account will be locked.

CLICK HERE to verify your account

We apologize for any inconveniences on this effect.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Technical Support

If you see a message like this one, delete it. If you fall for it and “CLICK HERE,” change your UDelNet password immediately. If unable to do so, contact the IT Support Center.

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