Phishing Attempt: INC5941711 (Oct 25 07:03 am)
A phishing attempt has been reported supposedly from the University of Hawaii. Please do NOT reply to the email or click on the link. Do NOT submit your personal information. The University of Hawaii will NEVER ask for your UH username and password in an email message. See: http://www.hawaii.edu/askus/898 for reporting a new/suspicious email targeting UH usernames.
University of Hawaii System | Information Technology Services have detected an irregular activity related to your UH ID credentials. As a precautionary measure, we will temporary block your account and we should be moving it to our protective backup server and we need your help to do this effectively and immediately otherwise you may lose your login information and data at the end of this Duo Account Migration & Quarantine clean-up process.
To continue gaining secured access to your ID credentials, kindly verify the below requested information to enable us migrate your ID credentials to a DUO 2-factor authentication Symantec Endpoint Protection.
Confirm your UH username and password credentials as follow:
NOTE: We will Permanently deactivate and delete your UH ID credentials if you do not adhere to this notice immediately as part of our Inactive ID credentials clean-up process to enable service upgrade efficiency.
University of Hawai'i|Information Technology Services
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