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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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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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“Complaint” Emails are Fraudulent

UPDATED (4/28/2020): A new variation on this phishing theme in these days of remote meetings is an email that invites you to a Zoom meeting with HR to discuss a matter important to your employment (first quarter review, personnel issue, contract…

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Skype and Teams “Notification” Emails are Probably Fraudulent

Since so many people are now working from home, there have been persistent attempts to phish credentials from user of Skype (and other services, like Slack, Zoom, WebEx, or even just email) across the Internet. Since Berry uses Microsoft Office365,…

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COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus Information Security Precautions

NOTICE! Further updates to this page will be announced on the Berry OIT social media platforms. We’re on Facebook (@BerryCollegeOIT), Twitter (@berryoit), and Instagram (@berrycollegeoit). Please check back here often, as tactics will change almost daily based on new events…

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Microsoft Update via Email is Fake!

A new scam going around is an alleged Microsoft Windows update delivered via email. The email instructs the recipient to “Please install the latest critical update from Microsoft attached to this email.” The attachment is actually a malware file that…

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Phisher’s New Ploy – Keep Your Current Password!

The newest ploy by phishers circulating the Internet now is a “keep your current password” scam. The email (full text below) claims that your account expires today!!! and if you “kindly” use the button below, you can continue to use…

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