You may receive e-mails that ask for your account details.
Please delete these e-mails, do not reply and remember –
We will never ask for your username and password details in an e-mail.
It is also a violation of the College’s IT security policy to surrender your username and password details in this manner.
Hackers will use your account details to take control of your e-mail account and our systems to send tens of thousands of spam messages around the world.
This results in legitimate College e-mail being banned from being received, failure of our internal systems and substantial expense in clean up.
The phishing e-mail currently being sent to the College is as follows:
From: “Sandag, Mark”
Date: January 12, 2015 at 12:20:59 PM CST
To: “Sandag, Mark”
Subject: RE: Helpdesk
Our IT-Help-Desk have noticed some unusual activities on your account, Please Click on the Mailbox validation page < LINK REMOVED > to Verify your account. Failure to do this might Have Your Mailbox Shutdown
If you receive this or any other suspicious e-mail, please delete it or contact Tech Support.
Our contact information is:
On-Campus: ext. 6137
Thank you for your help.
Date Announced: Monday, January 12, 2015