Early phishing catches more humans?

Several people reported seeing this phishing scam in their inboxes this morning–before they even made it into work: The grammar errors (notably “3 suspending [sic] emails” and “this [sic] 3 emails”), the “PLEASE CLICK HERE”...

Malware download disguised as amazon.com shipping notice

This afternoon, one of our colleagues received this faux shipping notice that allegedly came from Amazon.com. Many of us shop with online retailers, so this attempt to trick you into clicking a download of the “shipping information” might work. But wait!...

Security Service Alert phishing email in UD inboxes

All it takes is one or two people to click the link in this fraudulent “Security Service Alert” to put UD information at risk. The criminal took some time researching UD before sending this spear phishing attempt. Note that he has harvested the correct...

Phishing scam targeting UD HR bank account information

A phishing email came in earlier today with an attachment that is trying to get UD’s Human Resource department’s banking information. You should not open attachments from emails that you do not recognize or that come from phishy-looking emails. This...

Shipping container phishing scam seen at UD

If you aren’t in the habit of shipping “20 feet Containers” to “Sea-Ports” you could easily identify this email as a scam and delete it. This phishing scam was reported today:                  ...

Al-Qaeda scam reported in UD inboxes

If you get email in your inbox threatening that Al-Qaeda is going to kill you unless you pay $8,000, you know that is probably a scam. Right? Over the last six weeks, we’ve had several reports of messages like the one below arriving in UD inboxes: From: Serial...