Phishing scams work by tricking you into giving private information to the scammer — your passwords or account numbers — which the scammer then uses for malicious purposes. This phishing message, probably blasted to thousands of people, tries to get you to enter your account information on a phony website (deactivated here for safety). If you fall into the trap, the scammer will gain access to your account.
From: “Lynch, Regina” Regina.Lynch@kellerisd.net
Date: Thu, 14 May 2015
Subject: RE: FACULTY STAFF AND STUDENT EMAIL FERIFICATION
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