Tuesday, September 27, 2016

WARNING: Phishing Attacks Have Started Again

Around 1:16 PM today an email was sent out from 'robert.damato@manhattan.edu' that looked like the image below:


The email from 'robert.damato@manhattan.edu' is a phishing scam and you should delete it immediately. Do not click on any links in the email. As with most  messages, the message contained a generic warning about spam and updating a spam filter.  
If you receive a message that asks you to  click on an unknown link or suspicious attachment, DO NOT OPEN the link or attachment. Instead, please verify authenticity with ITS  by forwarding the message to ITS@manhattan.edu. 

If you are worried that your account has been compromised, please go through Google's account Security Checkup:

As always, be careful what you click!