Outlook Web Access Phishing


IRT is aware of another fraudulent phishing email arriving in UST email inboxes containing simple text and a link. 


This particular Phishing email is crafty. When a victim clicks on the word "Resolve" they arrive at a page that is an exact copy of the St. Thomas mail login page, OWA. The only distinguishing difference is the URL of the website. This website has no affiliation with UST and in fact appears to be a website that was compromised and used for malicious intent. 


 Entering personal credentials, such as your UST account username and password, and clicking on "Sign In" results in the webpage redirecting to the real UST mail page OWA.

The intent, in this case, is to harvest UST accounts for malicious purposes. Victims may not learn that their account is compromised until long after their personal information has been viewed by the Phishers.

Supplying personal information can lead to identity theft. Please help spread the word these emails are not from UST and should be deleted immediately.

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