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Phish Bowl

Use this list to see some phishing (fake) emails that have been spotted at Cornell.

Below you'll find some examples of phishing email seen on campus. We worked to remove any malicious content within the messages, but recommend against interacting with any links or email addresses in the examples. If you get a suspicious email but don't see it listed here, DO NOT assume it is safe. There are many variants of every phish, and new ones are sent each day. When in doubt, consult with your IT support staff or the IT Service Desk. You may also want to check the list of Verified Cornell Communications.

Report suspected phishing attempts to the IT Security Office. Forward the entire text of the message and email headers to

Warning: Do not explore the links or email addresses in the phishing emails listed here. We work to sanitize these examples, but please do not investigate them further on your own.
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Scan Data from FX-2F4BDA February 24, 2021
Cornell Part-Time Research Assistants February 22, 2021
Login from a new device February 22, 2021
Dear Staffs/Students!!! February 22, 2021
Security Alert February 21, 2021
Favor to ask? February 18, 2021
<no subject> February 18, 2021
Cornell University Student Part-Time Job. February 16, 2021
Notification: Failure delivery! February 11, 2021
IMPORTANT: Email Alert From Cornell University February 10, 2021
Soon-To-Expire Bvl1/Account Notifications 08, Feb 2021 February 8, 2021
Fax Message from 'RNP503379877DE2' February 8, 2021
Dell Laptop & Dell Dock placed successfully. Will be ... February 3, 2021
[Blank] January 31, 2021
Check 0648301 In the Mail January 28, 2021
Task January 26, 2021
Check 0648301 In the Mail January 22, 2021
Urgent follow up January 21, 2021


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