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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) For

The UCLA Information Security Office is aware of a phishing campaign attempting to coerce recipients into scanning a QR code to deceive users into providing information posing a Microsoft. This is not a legitimate e-mail and recipients should not provide any information or scan the QR code from the sender.

These phishing e-mails may include messages the below:


Subject lines for the e-mail include: "Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) For <user>"

If you receive a suspicious email, do not click on any links, open any attachments, or scan any QR codes within the message. Please do not reply to the email and immediately contact security[@] and report it to your IT team.