Below, you will find phishing examples that have been distributed to the CMU community. Click each example subject line to expand and view a screenshot of the phishing message. This list is intended to be exemplar but not exhaustive. We will attempt to keep this collection up-to-date with the most current, common examples of phishing messages.
If you get a suspicious email but don't see it listed here, DO NOT assume it is safe! Remember to watch out for urgency, poor grammar, spelling mistakes, and things that just seem out of place as indicators of phishing emails. Forward suspected messages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, always hover over links in emails you believe to be suspicious to verify their address, and pay careful attention to the FROM address to make sure it is coming from the person you think it is.