Be Alert: Recent Phishing Email Campaigns to Faculty and Staff Human Resources has gotten reports from several individuals regarding emails with the subject line,” Retirement and Pension Meetings for Loyola University Chicago Employees.” The sender of these emails is often Alexa Brown. The purpose of the email is to scam individuals into scheduling retirement consultation […]The post Phishing Scam – 01/03/2023 – Retirement and Pension Meetings for Loyola University Employees first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.
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It seems as though this is one of the phishing emails that tend to come around every few months or so. If you’ve received this email, please delete it. The email contains no malware but if you respond and provide your information, your account will be compromised. Here is the body of the email. —————- […]The post Email Login Portal Phishing Attack first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.
There is a new phishing email that promises $500.00 a week to work part time for UNICEF. Several university email accounts were compromised in a prior attack and the scammers are using these accounts to conduct this attack. Notice that they request that you use your personal email address. Once the victim responds, the scammer […]The post Another “Job Scam” Phishing Email first appeared on Loyola Information Security Blog.