Stolen computing equipment can jeopardize the confidentiality of University data. Computer thefts must be immediately reported to both Drexel Department of Public Safety: 215.895.2822 and Drexel Information Security: 215.895.1984 or by emailing InformationSecurity@drexel.edu.
Please report potentially compromised systems to Security Operations Team by sending an email to email@example.com.
Report Confirmed Scam/Phishing Emails
Method 1: Use email to submit spam to Microsoft
To submit a junk or phishing scam message to Microsoft:
- Create a blank email message.
- Address the message to the Microsoft team that reviews messages, as follows:
- For junk messages: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For phishing scam messages: email@example.com
- Copy and paste the junk or phishing scam message into the new message as an attachment. Use either .msg (default Outlook format) or .eml (default Outlook on the Web format) formats for the attached messages. You can attach multiple messages in the new message. Make sure that all the messages are the same type: either phishing scam messages or junk email messages
- Leave the body of the new message empty.
- Click Send.
Method 2: Forward email with complete header
Send definite scam/phishing emails with full headers to firstname.lastname@example.org. This helps our filtering rules prevent scams/phishing attempts from reaching mailboxes.
Obtaining full email headers:
For more information on how to find full headers in Outlook, see the Microsoft Support site.
To obtain full email headers from Office 365 on the Web, follow these steps:
- Sign in to portal.office.com.
- Click the "Mail" tile.
- Select the message you want full headers for, then the Down Arrow next to "Reply/Reply All."
- Select "View Message Details."
- Copy everything in the box that appears, and include that text with your report.