Look before you log in

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Phishing emails often include links to fake Weblogin pages that look exactly like the real one. If you log in to the fake page, your password is stolen, and your U-M account could be compromised. The only clue it’s a fraudulent login page is the URL.

Before entering your UMICH (Level 1) password, check that the page’s web address/URL begins with https://weblogin.umich.edu/.

What if you logged in to a fake Weblogin page?

If you think you have been caught by this scam, you can minimize potential damage to your personal information and U-M account if you:

Make sure the URL begins with https://weblogin.umich.edu/. The HTPPS is important. It means the connection to the webpage is secure. There must be a forward slash (/) after the edu (edu.)