Have you come across any emails that look suspiciously like phishing attacks? Remember to never give any personal information or click on any links. Instead, you can REPORT THEM to your email provider. The steps are listed here!
A phishing email that asks for personal information in exchange for a ten million dollar ATM card.
Here is a phishing email the ISO received; check it out for some common clues an email is a fake.
Hackers are targeting Google users' passwords in a new advanced phishing scheme that is difficult to detect and block.
A Google Docs email phishing scam is making the rounds. It tries to trick Gmail and Google Drive users into giving up the username and password for their Gmail account.
Be wary of emails you receive in forging languages, they could be a phishing attack.
Be suspicious of emails that ask for personal information and create a sense of urgency-- even if they look like they come from the university.
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