The SLU community has received another phishing email, this time with the subject line: "System Administrator(Mailbox Exceeded Quota Limit." The email appears to come from a strange woboe.org account. It tells you to follow a link to increase your quota. Clicking on that link would take you to an unsafe site and could compromise your account.
Hackers have become very skilled at imitating real emails, but there are ways to spot a phishing scam. In this case, it is sent from a strange email address. Second, the email is written with poor grammar. A third, very important way to tell this email is fake is that it asks you to click on a strange link, embedded in the email. SLU will not ask you to confirm your information this way and will never ask for your password or personal information in an email. You will receive email reminders to change your password, but to do so, you should only visit password.slu.edu or call 977-4000.
Customers who received the email should select it, then select the "Report phishing" option under the drop-down menu in the right corner of the email in Google. Then click, "Report Phishing Message" to finish the process. Contact the Information Security Team with any questions.