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Phishing Attempt – April 21 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious/phishing emails being sent to various college staff. The phishing email claims to be coming from “Various Email Addresses”, informing you of a fraudulent charge. See Example Below From: XXXXXX Sent: Friday, April 21, 2017 9:54 AM To: XXXXXXXXX Subject: Fraudulent cc charge from niagaracollege.ca I just found a $131.74 Read more »

Phishing Attempt – April 11 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious emails being sent to various college staff. The email claims to be coming from “Message@inbound-efax.co” and that you have received a fax. Please DO NOT Click on any links. Please see Example From: eFax [mailto:message@inbound-efax.co] Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 9:48 AM To: XXXXXXXXX Subject: efax message from 1-613-941-2505 Read more »

Phishing Attempt – April 10 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious emails being sent to various college staff.  The email claims to be coming from ”CIBC/Bank Loan- Various addresses” stating that your bank loan application has been approved. Please DO NOT Click on any attachments. See example Below From: Carmen Kasa <banessa2k@yahoo.com> Date: April 10, 2017 at 12:54:02 PM EDT Read more »

Phishing Attempt – March 31 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious/phishing emails being sent to various college staff.  The phishing email claims to be coming from ”PayPal – Bounce@emailbackend.com” Stating that someone logged into your account and a purchase has been cancelled. Please DO NOT Click on any links. See Example  

Phishing Attempt – March 29 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious/phishing emails being sent to various college staff.  The phishing email claims to be coming from “Delta Air Lines”, asking you to confirm your tickets.  Please DO NOT click on any links. Anyone receiving an email with the subject looking similar to “Your Flight Ticket Order” or other similarly suspicious Read more »

Phishing Attempt – Mar 24 2017

ITS has received reports of malicious\phishing emails being sent to various college staff.  The email claims to be coming from  “Microsoft Account – with unusual addresses”. Stating that they have detected unusual recent sign in activity with your account. DO NOT click on any links. See Example