Tech Alert: Phishing Email Messages

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February 1, 2019
Information Technology has received reports of bogus email messages sent from non-Cedarville email accounts posing as university Cabinet or staff members. The recent bogus messages have originated from gmail.com email accounts but are signed as members of the Cabinet or staff. These messages are indeed bogus and should not be replied to or forwarded to anyone except phishing@cedarville.edu.
 
If you receive a suspicious email message, do not click on links within the body of the message and do not reply to it. Forward the suspicious email to phishing@cedarville.edu and Information Technology staff will review the message to determine if it is authentic or bogus. After forwarding the message, delete it from your inbox.

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