Phishing email that looks like an encrypted email


Please note:

Attackers are upgrading and have recently started using email that looks like encrypted emails that we also use

Please note - an encrypted Technion email looks like it appears in the attached document, including the Technion logo and also our logo appears throughout our identification process

Also, pay attention to the sender's address, if it is not a Technion email address and you do not expect an encrypted email from outside do, not be tempted

Title: Phishing Scam Asks You to Login to Read Encrypted Message


Excerpt: A new phishing campaign is underway that pretends to be an alert from your email server that it has received an encrypted message for you. It then prompts you to login to a fake OneDrive site in order to read the message. As phishing campaigns are getting easier to spot, scammers are coming up with new and more interesting ideas to trick people into entering their email credentials. An example of this is a new campaign that uses the subject line of "Encrypted Message Received" and pretends to be a notice from your mail server stating that you need to login to read an encrypted message


Read the attached document