12/02/2020

Dear all, please forward this information email to your colleagues.

Over the last few hours we have had many reports of schools and businesses receiving suspicious E-Mails similar to the one in the image below.

The email looks highly legitimate asking you to open a VM (Voicemail) The email has the subject “VM for…….” and a html attachment “audioplayback”.

Please mark this email as junk so that it can be passed to Microsoft and added to their spam filtering lists.

The email is designed to steal your credentials and must not be opened. Please delete the email immediately if you receive it and do not forward it on.

If you have received the email and have entered your username and password please reset your E-Mail password immediately, if you cannot reset your password please contact Alamo on 0845 500 20 50.

Please remember, NEVER enter your username or password into a site you do not recognise. Email addresses used to login to office 365 email should only be entered on pages that show the URL https://login.microsoftonline.com or https://outlook.office.com as shown in the images below. If you are unsure do not enter your password and contact the person who has sent you the email to check it is legitimate and is from them.

Below are a few links to useful websites on how to spot fake/spam/scam and phishing emails -

Please forward this information email to your colleagues.


12/3/2019

Dear All,

Please be aware we have just been alerted to a scam email designed to gather users credentials. The email appears to have been sent out from Amy Hardman (amy.hardman@featherstonerovers.co.uk)

The email looks highly legitimate asking you to “REVIEW DOCUMENT”, clicking on the button downloads a PDF which holds a link which redirects you to a webpage asking you to enter your username/email and password to open the document.

The email is designed to steal your credentials and must not be opened. Please delete the email immediately if you receive it and do not forward it on.

If you have received the email and have entered your username and password please reset your E-Mail password immediately.

Please remember, NEVER enter your username or password into a site you do not recognise. Email addresses used to login to office 365 email should only be entered on pages that show the URL https://login.microsoftonline.com or https://outlook.office.com as shown in the images below. If you are unsure do not enter your password and contact the person who has sent you the email to check it is legitimate and is from them.

Below are a few links to useful websites on how to spot fake/spam/scam and phishing emails -

Please forward this information email to your colleagues.


8/03/2019

Dear All, over the last week we have had many reports of schools and businesses receiving suspicious E-Mails

The email looks highly legitimate asking you to “Open Message” with a blue or green button, clicking on the button opens a link asking you to enter your username/email and password to open the event details, document or message, afterwards it takes you to a fake BBC article about Bitcoin. The email has been seen with both the subject of hello and important followed by brackets and the letters re:

The email is designed to steal your credentials and must not be opened. Please delete the email immediately if you receive it and do not forward it on.

If you have received the email and have entered your username and password please reset your E-Mail password immediately.

Please remember, NEVER enter your username or password into a site you do not recognise. Email addresses used to login to office 365 email should only be entered on pages that show the URL https://login.microsoftonline.com or https://outlook.office.com. If you are unsure do not enter your password and contact the person who has sent you the email to check it is legitimate and is from them.

Below are a few links to useful websites on how to spot fake/spam/scam and phishing emails -

Please forward this information to your colleagues.