IT Services urging campus to be lookout for suspicious emails
IT Services is advising the campus community to be extra cautious and not open any emails or attachments that are unexpected, unfamiliar or suspicious in nature. If you receive such a message, please delete it and open a ticket with the ServiceDesk by visiting http://www.uwindsor.ca/itshelp
— Published on May 15th, 2017
Please be alert and delete the following email this is not from the University of Windsor. This is a phishing attempt to gain access to your uwinid and password and compromise your email.
The email details are below note the sender is From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Your Ref code: 0.536148526
Your Email: email@example.com
— Published on May 8th, 2017
— Published on May 12th, 2017
Please be aware of a phishing campaign that originates from an internal Uwindsor user. The email contains a link for a shared document. lTS has blocked the URL in the email message and has alerted the clients that have been compromised. Please delete the email from you inbox.
The contents of the email are below:
— Published on Apr 20th, 2017
Be advised that this is not from our HR Department and please do not go to the active link in this email. Our Human Resources Department would not direct messages to you in this fashion; this is known as a phishing email and is attempting to obtain user id and password. Content of email contains :
You have a message from the Human Resources Department.
LINK to view your message
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— Published on Apr 18th, 2017