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August 22, 2017

Phishing Email Scam Alert

A phishing email was recently sent to many Cedarville.edu email addresses. The email message contains the Subject line: “CU policy infringement” and is sent from the email address: abombich@kent.edu.

This is not a legitimate email and should be deleted immediately. DO NOT click on the link contained in the body of the message. If you already clicked on the link in the message, change your password immediately by going to Cedarinfo and selecting Change your CedarNet password. We also request you to call Information Technology at 937-766-7905 to inform us of the action taken.

Information Technology strongly encourages all users to set up Duo Two-Factor Authentication to protect their Cedarville.edu email accounts and Cedarville University’s information and systems. Go to Set up and use Two-Factor Authentication for details and instructions.

The Cedarville Web Team and Information Technology will never send an email requesting personal information or account information. Always be suspicious of email messages that request you to verify account or other personal information.

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