Easy to spot…. be careful!

We’re getting multiple reports of phishing attempts like the two below. I’m pleased that so many of our clients are recognizing them as phish. As one professor emailed me, “it is nice to know that our webmail is being maintained by restaurants in Portugal.”

Below are two versions of the phish.

Phish version 1:

From: UDEL.EDU <faragshakeekal@tnctr.com>
Subject: Helpdesk@Udel.edu
Date: April 5, 2013 12:37:28 PM EDT
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Your Mailbox Quota disk exceed 500GB limits set by our Webmail Service Administrator. You may not be able to send or receive new messages until your Mailbox size is reset. To expand your Mailbox disk Quota click the below web link
http://restaurantes-em-portugal.com/phpform/use/Udel.edu/form1.html to correct your account informations.

Sorry for the Inconveniences.

Helpdesk@Udel.edu
©2013

Phish version 2:

From: Isabella Welch <isawelch@UDel.Edu>
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2013 12:12 PM
Subject: Helpdesk@Udel.edu

Your Mailbox Quota disk exceed 500MB limits set by our Webmail Service Administrator. You may not be able to send or receive new messages until your Mailbox size is reset. To expand your Mailbox disk Quota click the below web link
http://restaurantes-em-portugal.com/phpform/use/Udel.edu/form1.html to correct your account informations.

Sorry for the Inconveniences.

Helpdesk@Udel.edu
©2013

See messages like these? Delete them.

Fall for a phish and provide your UDelNet ID and password? Go to www.udel.edu/network and change your password immediately. If you are unable to do so, contact the IT Support Center.