Fraudulent email contents
I received an email this morning from "COX" with the subject shown in the thread title, threatening account suspension if I didn't "reactivate my Cox webmail account". The embedded "sign-in" link, which I did not visit, goes to a domain that has nothing to do with Cox and as is often the case with these encounters, there is a fairly obvious 3rd grade grammatical error in the text. Just a heads-up if you should see this float into your inbox at some point.
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