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Phishing Scam – 08/11/2020 – Password 365 Expired!

This is a phishing scam with a link. The user impersonates an IT support employee and sends the recipient to a false link to reset their password. The email has been reported to the domain website.

From: I T Management Support <********@usis.net>
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 8:35 AM
To: ******** <********@ksu.edu>
Subject: Password 365 Expired!
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Password for ********@ksu.edu [mailto:********@ksu.edu] expires today Tuesday, August 11
You are required to change or retain your password
UPDATE PASSWORD [https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=GnmgAQp0XE6oQQZGME4BlxSJUukEZShOjPsK4CAFs8JURUdLOEI2RTMwMEtXRVU1Nk9FOEVNVkU2Ny4u]
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David Randolph
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Pearl River, NY10965
www.usis.net [http://www.usis.net]
P. (845) 664-7621
C. (845) 536-8282
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