Phishing Campaign: “ADP scheduled server upgrade notification” or “ADP service center”
August 01, 2018
ADP has received reports regarding fraudulent emails being sent to ADP clients from various senders that follow the following format Last name, First name <email@example.com> with the subject line “ADP scheduled server upgrade notification” or “ADP service center”. These emails instruct the recipients to click on a phishing link which then brings the recipient to a cloned myADP page.
These emails do not originate from ADP and our analysis has revealed that they may contain malicious content. We’re working with our fraud prevention team and anti-phishing vendor to address this incident. Please see the example below which may vary in content and sender.
How to Report a Phishing Email
Be alert for this fraudulent email and follow the instructions below if you receive any suspicious email.
- Do not click on any links or open any attachments within the message.
- Forward the email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org, then delete it.
- If you clicked any link or opened an attachment in the email, immediately contact your IT support team for further action.
The ADP Global Security Organization continues to actively monitor this situation. Clients are encouraged to visit our website at www.adp.com/trust to learn more about how ADP protects data, and how clients can help protect themselves. Protecting our clients and their data from malicious activity is a top priority for ADP.