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Check with UO Phish Tank: UO Phish Tank

Depending on your email client, you can "hover" over a URL to see what the apparent link will actually send you to - beware of unlikely destination URLs
  • Never give your credentials, any credentials, via a URL in an email without thoroughly vetting that email and webpage
  • Other than the anti-spam message, we always send CS Systems Staff email in plain-text
  • If there is a signature on CIS Systems Staff email, it will be our real names
  • URLs must *match*
  • You can always get to any of our URLs by checking directly

Check with UO Phish Tank: UO Phish Tank

If you fall for phishing, change your credentials as soon as possible -- and all passwords/credentials that you have used since you suspect you have been conned.

If you want to check whether a URL received in an email is a phishing attempt you can check the web site Phishtank.

Sometimes a phishing link is hidden as a tiny URL. You can preview a tiny URL by prepending the host preview to the front of the URL. For example if you have the URL and you want to see where that points without going to the website, enter this URL instead

Again, Report/Forward phishing attempts to: and
Be sure to include the entire, raw email.


Edited: September 30, 2022, at 01:26 pm
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