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We just received this report for phishing. The site tries to convince you that this is a legitimate message from Microsoft Office 365, and that "they've" detected some unknown login. These types of alerts are becoming commonplace, but this one happens to be false.

  1. The "From" address is incorrect, especially since it comes from "@mimirglobal.com". Microsoft does not own this domain.
  2. Some mistyping on the "Date Received" information in the body of the message: "04:035am".
  3. Some grammatical errors in the body, such as "...till you sign in...".
  4. "Radmond, WA" which is not Redmond, WA.



Please report any suspicious emails to abuse@tntech.edu

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