Beware of Office 365 Email Phishing Scams
There is an Office 365 “Unable to Verify Subscription” phishing email that is being sent to Office 365 users. Do NOT click on the “Re-Enable Now” link included in the email.
The image below is an example of what you need to look out for.
The email, text and images included may look very real, but in fact it is a scam to get your password and access to your Office 365 account. The image below is just one example of the email circulating among Office 365 users right now. When we mouse over (not click on) the “Re-Enable Now” button, the link is redirected to a URL out of Indonesia, however, other links may look different. Be suspicious of any Office 365 emails that you receive, stay alert and think twice before you click.
If you believe that you may be a victim of an Office 365 email scam or have any questions,
please contact our help desk.
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