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Stay Alert: More Phishing Emails

February 20, 2018

This week, phishing emails increased in circulation through the Drexel community. Phishing emails attempt to steal sensitive personal information (login credentials, banking information, credit card and social security numbers) by tricking recipients into replying with the information, clicking a link, or signing into a fake login page.

Never, ever give anyone your login credentials, no matter who asks! Below is a real example of a recent scam that attempts to trick users into giving up this information:

Drexel IT offers this friendly reminder to use caution whenever you respond to email, click links, or open attachments they provide. Check ourĀ Debunker page for more real examples of scam emails. More information about scam emails, and how to protect yourself, can be found on our Web site here.