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Adobe Phishing Scam

There have been recent reports of emails being sent out that claim to offer newer versions of Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader and claim to be sent by Adobe. These emails have not been sent by Adobe and users should delete the emails without clicking on any of the links. More details about these emails can be seen on the CNET website as well as the Adobe site itself.  In addition, more information about phishing scams in general are available on the UT website  (links below).

http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-20049199-83.html?tag=mncol;title

http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/2010/11/alert-adobe-acrobatreader-upgrade-email-spamphishing-scam.html

http://www.utexas.edu/its/secure/articles/dont_get_hooked.php

 

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