The e-mail, “Email Account Re-Activation” is being circulated via the Internet. This is a Phishing Scam. Do not respond to this E-Mail and do not click on the link. Please delete this message.
The following message is being circulated via the Internet along with attachments. This is not a legitimate message. Do not open attachments and delete the message.
An email message is being circulated via the Internet. The message includes a contaminated attachment. Please do not respond to this message or click on the attachment.
The message below was published October 8, 2013 to SecurePurdue. Purdue West Lafayette is seeing a lot of collateral damage as a result of this. Most of the users are experiencing encrypted files in shared drives and many on their local machine. Do NOT attempt to open the attached zip file delivered with
A message is circulating across the Internet. This is a perfect example of a fraudulent Phishing attempt. This is not a legitimate E-Mail. Please do not respond to this E-Mail, do not click on any links and delete this E-Mail.
Blackboard users: Read about the latest phishing attempt targeting faculty and students to avoid becoming a victim.
This is not a legitimate E-Mail message. This is a Phishing attempt. The sender is trying to acquire protected or sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, credit card details and social security numbers by masquerading as a trustworthy entity.
The E-Mail below is being circulated. This is not a legitimate request. This is a Phishing attempt falsely claiming to be an established legitimate enterprise in attempt to scam the user into surrendering private and protected information that will be used for identity theft. The E-Mail can
Researchers have found a zero-day Java vulnerability that attackers are using to hijack computers on the web.
The bugs are in Java 7 also known as version 1.7 and affect Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems running a Web browser with a Java plugin enabled.
A trusted third party information source has notified Purdue University that we have been explicitly targeted in an active, targeted, persistent spear phishing campaign. The attacker’s attempt to trick users into opening an infected PDF file in order to compromise a system.
The following scam is being circulated on the Internet. Please do not respond to this message or click on any of the associated links imbedded in the message. If you suspect you have a virus on your computer please contact the Customer Service Center as soon as possible.
We received notice today from IT Security on the West Lafayette campus about a phishing site called mypurdue.net. If you receive an email with this site link in it, please do not click on this link.
Please report IT security issues, spam or phishing attempts to email@example.com
There is currently an email circulating around campus with the subject line “Your e-mail box has reached its maximum of 50MB”
This is not from anyone at Purdue University Calumet and you should delete it. The message is designed to steal your login and password.
Recently our campus email system has been hit by several phishing attempts that are devised to acquire your login and password. Hackers then use your email address to flood the Internet with millions more email messages that attempt to get the credentials of others.
We have received several reports of mail messages that contains the subject line “ATTENTION WEB-MAIL USER”.
This email is being used as an attempt to obtain your login and password credentials for the purpose of using your email address to propagate more of these types of messages to others.
This email is not from anyone at Purdue Calumet and you should not click on any of the links in the message. Purdue Calumet does not use any form for WEB-MAIL.