Thursday, May 3, 2012

Phishing Messages Addressed from LinkedIn !

Watch out for this !!

The messages, similar to that below, are phishing attacks. 

The message asks the reader to click on the link in the message to update the reader’s address - which then redirects to  or other possibly malicious sites.    



From: [

On Behalf Of LinkedIn Email Confirmation

Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 8:45 AM


Subject: Please confirm your email address


Click here
to confirm your email address

You will be asked to log into your account to confirm this email address. Be sure to log in with your current primary email address.

We ask you to confirm your email address before sending invitations or requesting contacts at LinkedIn. You can have several email addresses, but one will need to be confirmed at all times to use the system.

If the above link does not work, you can paste the following address into your browser:

If you have more than one email address, you can choose one to be your primary email address.

This is the address you will log in with, and the address to which we will deliver all email messages regarding invitations and requests, and other system mail.

Thank you for using LinkedIn!

--The LinkedIn Team

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