Just noticed a fishing attack. Received an email:
ttbsecure RE: [EXTERNAL]Licensing general question New Encrypted Email from TTB Someone at the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has sent you a new secure email. To read this email, you must log in to the TTB Secure Email Message Center. If you recently sent an email inquiry to TTB this may be the reply. Even if you didn't recently send an email to us, many outgoing messages from TTB employees are encrypted for cyber security reasons. If this is your first time receiving an encrypted email from TTB, select Register on the TTB Secure Email log in page to create an account and open your message. Please do not reply to this notification; this message was auto-generated by TTB's secure email server. To reply to the sender of a TTB encrypted email, use your internet browser to log in to the TTB Secure Email Message Center, select the message and click Reply. Why does TTB encrypt emails? TTB's cyber security measures are designed to protect your sensitive information by encrypting certain outgoing email messages using a secure email service called Zix Portal. This service allows TTB to send and receive sensitive data, like tax return information or personally identifiable information (PII), via email, and helps protect you against potential identity theft. If you would like more details about TTB's secure email service, see our Secure Email Communication With TTB page at TTB.gov. If you have questions about the authenticity of this message please call us at 877-882-3277 / 877-TTB-FAQS. Want to send and receive your secure messages transparently? Click here to learn more.