Phishing Alert! Subject-Message From Pacificu Admin

A fake message was sent out to numerous University email addresses claiming that users should click a link to migrate their email account to new servers.


A fake message was sent out to numerous University email addresses claiming that users should click a link to migrate their email account to new servers.   This is easily identifiable as an attempt to have users click on a fraudulent web site as the link is not from Pacific University.  Users should delete the message.   

If you have clicked on the link provided in the email message and entered your account and password, please contact the Technology Information Center right away.

Reminder: UIS will never ask for your password or other personal, private information via email.  To learn more about how to identify phishing messages, please see the short video on the UIS web site at: http://www.pacificu.edu/uis/generalinfo/phishing.cfm.

University Information Services

help@pacificu.edu

503.352.1500


Posted by Ted Krupicka (krupicka@pacificu.edu) on Dec 3, 2012 at 8:47 AM

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