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: San Jac College [REMOVED]
Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 10:54 AM
Subject: Account Update Needed
Dear Alisha Gardner,
We have recently updated San Jac College Network Software, by applying new software patches to improve security and efficiency, hence all users are advised to sign in to their accounts within 24 hrs of r! eceiving this notice, using the link below, to update their account activity.
Use this link and this link to login for account update.
Failure to update might process your account as inactive, and you may experience interruption of services or undue errors. Please kindly comply. .
San Jac College
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: Wednesday, January 28, 2015