New Blackboard and Document Phishing Emails 9/19/2013

Here are two new phishing emails circulating the campus this morning. As always, do not click on links or open attachments in suspected phishing emails.

You can tell this first message is a phishing email because the link in the message points to Obviously this is not a Northeastern Blackboard website.

From: Blackboard Notifications []
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 1:10 PM
To: Me
Subject: Important Course Form

Good Morning,

An important course form has been posted to you on the Blackboard Learn System.

Click here to confirm the form hxxp://

Thank you,

Blackboard Learn Notifications.

Never open links unsolicited emails, especially emails asking you to enter your credentials for a website you have never visited.

From: Ree Han []
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2013 6:37 AM
Subject: Important Document
Please view the document I uploaded for you

View, just sign in with your email to view the document it’s very important. Its a secured


login page.

Thank you.

Individuals who have received this information in error or are not authorized to receive it must promptly return or dispose of the information and notify the sender. Those individuals are hereby notified that they are strictly prohibited from reviewing, forwarding, printing, copying, distributing or using this information in any way.

Ree Han
Course Leader
BA(Hons) Graphic and Multimedia

Room EE.1086
University of Worcester
Henwick Grove,

Working Hours: Wednesday and Friday (8.30am – 4.30pm)

Please delete these messages from your inbox. Contact the Service Desk at 617.373.4357 if you have any questions.

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