[tabi] Re: FW: PHISHING SCAM - CDC Sponsored State Vaccination Program for H1N1

  • From: "Allison and Chip Orange" <acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 12:08:54 -0500

PHISHING SCAM - CDC Sponsored State Vaccination Program for H1N1Thank you 
Stacia, and others, for being concerned about your friends on TABI.

however, in order to follow the list guidelines, this type of material should 
not be posted on TABI: it's neither concerned with blindness, nor with 
Tallahassee (specifically).

thank you.


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Woolverton, Stacia 
  To: Vaughan, Bryan ; Bullock, Jamie ; Cain, Barbara ; Howell, David ; Malley, 
  Sent: Thursday, December 03, 2009 11:33 AM
  Subject: [tabi] FW: PHISHING SCAM - CDC Sponsored State Vaccination Program 
for H1N1

  Hello all, 


  Please see the below information.


  I hope this information is helpful to you.

  Stacia Woolverton, Administrative Assistant

  The Governor's Commission on Disabilities

  4030 Esplanade Way, Suite 260

  Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0950

  Phone: (850) 487-3423

  Fax: (850) 414-8908

  Email: Stacia.Woolverton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


  We serve those who serve Florida.

  P Before printing, please think about the environment


  For information regarding the Florida Discount Drug Card visit: 

  Governor Crist encourages Floridians to have a disaster preparedness plan.  
For information, please visit the Florida Department of Emergency Management's 
Web site at www.floridadisaster.org.


  From: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention <cdc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
  To: Vaughan, Bryan 
  Sent: Thu Dec 03 10:46:44 2009
  Subject: PHISHING SCAM - CDC Sponsored State Vaccination Program for H1N1 


  PHISHING SCAM  - CDC Sponsored State Vaccination Program for H1N1 

  CDC has received reports of fraudulent emails (phishing) referencing a CDC 
sponsored State Vaccination Program for H1N1. The messages request that users 
create a personal H1N1 (swine flu) Vaccination Profile on the CDC.gov web site. 

  An example of the phishing email is below: 

  Users that click on the embedded link in the email are at risk of having 
malicious code installed on their system. CDC reminds users to take the 
following steps to reduce the risk of being a victim of a phishing attack: 

    a.. Do not open or respond to unsolicited email messages. 
    b.. Do not click links embedded in emails from unknown senders. 
    c.. Use caution when entering personal information online. 
    d.. Update anti-virus, spyware, firewall, and anti-spam software regularly. 


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