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Phishing Email Alert

A new fraudulent email appearing to originate from the University of Toronto has been delivered to many email accounts at U of T.

The email is from an "@live.mercer.edu" email address and states that the University of Toronto has "temporarily suspended/disabled your account from all incoming messages". There is a link to “www.utoronto.ca" that actually directs victims to a phishing site. The email concludes with a threat stating that failure to click the link will result in account termination.

If you receive this email, do not click the link provided and mark as junk.

Last update: 2016-06-28 13:28
Author: Ron Tyro

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