Phishers generally send emails through generic phishing. They send emails saying that the recipient’s mail box is full and urge or convince them to “re-validate” their mail box to prevent disruption. Symantec recently found a generic email phishing website. Apart from the minor website glitches (poor website skills), this website appeared to be normal. It had a fish pattern as the site background (the picture attached above).
To prevent becoming a prey to these kind of phishing scams, one should stay alert and aware about the mails stating your account to be updated or restricted. Security software should be up to date. The customers using Symantec cloud and Symantec Messaging Gateway are protected from these threats.
Source: Symantec Blog