This was a phishing test conducted by Rebyc Security, sponsored by True Homes.
Your credentials have NOT been compromised by an actual attacker.
Please review the links below for more information and tips to protect yourself and your organization against future phishing attacks.
While we understand phishing tests can be scary, they are a necessary security measurement tool in today’s environment.
Please refrain from spreading information about the test so that we may gather the most accurate information possible.
Here’s some things that should have revealed this as a Phishing attempt:
- The sender email domain was slightly modified to look like an “m” when in fact it was an “r” and an “n”.
- If you viewed the email on a computer in Outlook, you can put your cursor over the link to see the actual URL. In this case it would have shown a protected link.
Legitimate emails from other True Homes associates would not have a protected link like this.
- If you are using a computer (as opposed to an iPad) and clicked the link, you may get a “Not secure” alert at the top. If this were a legitimate True Homes site, it would be secure.
- This is what it would look like on an iPad:
View our Phishing 101 course on True University to learn more.