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Data Breach Notification: Nitro PDF

In September of 2020 there was a breach of the Nitro PDF service. There were 77 million records exposed, which included email addresses, names and passwords for the service. There were 161 berry.edu or vikings.berry.edu email addresses included in the…

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December News from Information Security

Welcome to one of the strangest Decembers we’ve ever had here at Berry. It is certainly the strangest of my 30 years here. The students are gone, but not done. Finals loom for some of them, then almost two full…

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“2020 Anti Virus Protection” Emails are Fake

One of the first things you will notice about these fake “anti virus” protection emails is the odd font in the subject line. A small font, sized at half the height of normal fonts, it looks…odd. This is red flag…

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Emails offering a personal assistant job opportunity are fraudulent

UPDATE: A new version of this fraud was sent from a compromised Berry account recently. The subject of the email was “P.A Job Offer”. It was offering $500 a week to be a personal assistant. As mentioned below, do not…

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VM Notifications and Signature Requests are Fraudulent

Many of you have received (and some have reported – thanks!) two fairly new phishing emails to appear in our inboxes. The first one is a (sometimes incorrectly) targeted voice mail notification. It appears to come from a Berry address…

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COVID-19 Job Offer Emails are Fraudulent

An email has been sent to campus inboxes about a COVID-19 “Work Online From Home Job” paying $500 a week. This email is fraudulent. Do NOT reply to the email with your information. The email did not have a warning…

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May News from Information Security

Wait? It’s May already? Where did April go? It passed by as we were stuck at home and no, you didn’t miss the the April newsletter, as it was lost in the work-from-home shuffle. There’s a hint of a light…

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