Date: 3/30/18 8:28 pm
From: Bobbi <b.reichwein...>
Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Phishing Emails
On Friday, March 30, 2018 at 9:46:03 PM UTC-4, Jo Solem wrote:
> This seems to be a generalized attack on AOL email accounts. Over the last week or so I have received a total of FOUR identical messages from four different AOL email accounts. As Mary Ann says, DON'T attempt to open it. Instead of just deleting
> it, NOTIFY YOUR EMAIL CLIENT (Mozilla, Chrome, etc.) SO THAT THEY CAN TRACK DOWN THE SOURCE OF THE SPAM!
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> Bob Solem
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> Laurel MD 20723
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> On 3/30/2018 9:32 PM, Jan Braumuller wrote:
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> Mary Ann and other MD/ DC birders,
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>  I received the same email an hour ago. I copied the following:
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>  It comes from: <d......> and reads:
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>  Dave has shared a document with you on One Drive. To view it click on the link below. 
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> As Mary Ann warned us: do not open it; simply delete the email immediately.
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> Stay safe on line.   
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> My best, Jan
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> On Mar 30, 2018, at 9:13 PM, Mary Ann Todd <marya......> wrote:
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> Dave & I only use gmail for MDBirds. Today a friend and I got a notice of an email supposedly from Dave with a shared document/PowerPoint. Most of you know by now that these are usually Phishing emails. Be sure not to open them or the document
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Funny, 5 min. ago I read about the bogus emails and just got one from Jane Fallon. Now to report it.

Bobbi Reichwein

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