Very authentic looking phishing attempt

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"Your ID was used to sign in to App Store via a web browser.

Date and Time: April 11, 2015, 14:03 PM PDT

If you have not signed in to iCloud recently and believe someone may have accessed your account, you should verify your identity and change your password. Sign in to iCloud

Apple respects your privacy."

This is the content of an email my wife received this week. There was a link on the page which takes you to;

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The scary thing about this is all the links on the page actually work but the real give away is the statement that you will be unable to use your account until you comply.
That is easy to confirm or deny but the real giveaway is to hover over the sender with your cursor to see who it is really from or go to View > Message > All Headers to see who the last sender was. In this case goodboy.ru
Such attempts can be sent to [email protected];)
 

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I've seen these for eBay and Paypal as well over the years. Some folks certainly put a lot of time into these things!

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