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USPS – Fraudulent websites continue to pose a cybersecurity threat to the postal service

November 20, 2023

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The Postal Service wants employees and contractors to know that fraudulent websites continue to pose a cybersecurity threat to the organization.

Cybercriminals create fake websites that mimic legitimate sites to steal money or information.

An example: The organization’s LiteBlue site has been spoofed using the fake www.liteblue-secure.com address.

The legitimate LiteBue site is located at liteblue.usps.gov.

To avoid fraudulent websites, USPS recommends employees and contractors:

• Not share login information with others, including managers, co-workers or anyone outside USPS.

• Keep their employee identification number confidential.

• Connect to USPS applications using secure connections that avoid public Wi-Fi or public computers.

• Check their account for any unusual activity every time they log into LiteBlue.

• Save the LiteBlue website address as a favorite on their browser.

The CyberSafe at USPS Blue and LiteBlue pages have more information.

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