HR Memo? Too obvious!
This sample was reported from a compromised student. This classic phishing message is designed to quickly take advantage of skimming. It is purposely vague, which builds intrigue into what this message might contain. The link undoubtedly redirects to a compromised web page, looking to accept ANY username and password that is entered.
Cleverly, this attempt always displays a "bad password" warning when attempting to be used. This is especially dangerous, as unknowing individuals may re-type their credentials before realizing this is not legitimate.
Always verify ALL parts of an email before clicking any links.
Please report any suspicious emails to email@example.com.