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From: HELP DESK [mailto:Manuela.LopezFlor001@umb.edu]  <- NOT a Wesleyan address Sent: Monday, April 24, 2017 10:44 AM Subject: Resolve issues now Dear User, Your email account has been compromised and to remain active on our database. Please click here

From: Manuela Lopez Florez [mailto:Manuela.LopezFlor001@umb.edu] Sent: Monday, April 24, 2017 10:45 AM Subject: Resolve issues now   Dear User, Your email account has been compromised and to remain active on our database. Please click here ———————————————————————————————— Please, note the “from” address is not Wesleyan.  Additionally, when you hover over the now, broken link it pointed […]

From: HELP DESK [mailto:burgermm16@bonaventure.edu]  <- NOT a Wesleyan address Sent: Saturday, April 22, 2017 7:41 AM Subject: Very Urgent!!   This was sent out to me from your mailbox and I have upload the documents via Adobe multi-function device just CLICK HERE and sign in with your email address to view documents. Sincerely, IT  Help Desk Office […]

—–Original Message—– From: helpdesk00@wesleyan.edu [mailto:helpdesk00@wesleyan.edu] Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 5:04 PM Subject: [SPAM=18.8] Protect Your Account Now Wesleyan University Webmail System is warning you for the last time that your password have reach his time-limit. For security purposes, please CLICK HERE <link removed> to re-validate your account. Note: Failure to do so would affect […]

—–Original Message—– From: USPS [mailto:test@familiesonline.co.uk]  <–NOT A Wesleyan ADDRESS Sent: Friday, April 07, 2017 3:48 AM Subject: Parcel intercepted UNITED STATES POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE PO BOX 555, NEW YORK NY 10116-0555 This is to notify you that we have intercepted your parcel from USPS COURIER SERVICE is making the delivery and we have stopped the […]

—–Original Message—– From: UNI WEB. [mailto:amit@icapl.com]  <—THIS IS NOT A Wesleyan address Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 5:12 PM Subject: ****SPAM*(9.5)**** Dear Webmail Account Owner, Dear Webmail Account Owner, This is our second message to you from the University Webmail Messaging Center to all email account owners. We are currently carrying out scheduled maintenance,upgrade of […]

The following phish has been to security@wesleyan.edu.   To All Employees\Staff, Take note of this important update that our new web mail has been improved with a new messaging system from Owa/outlook which also include faster usage on email, shared calendar,web-documents and the new 2016 anti-spam version. Kindly use the link below to complete your […]

Information Technology Services is pleased to launch our new cyber security awareness campaign: “Protecting You, Securing Wesleyan”, by providing all faculty, staff, and students with free access to a series of security awareness training videos. We ask that you please watch these videos at secure.wesleyan.edu  at your earliest convenience, as they contain important information that […]

‘POODLE’ security bug

Our users might have heard about the “POODLE” security bug that was recently discovered in the technology that helps to secure web pages (specifically in SSL 3.0, which provides the s in https:// on older web browsers). To protect users’ personal data and transaction details University Relations’ vendors are disabling support for older browsers that use the […]

What is Heartbleed? Many Wesleyan alumni have probably heard about the Heartbleed vulnerability which was announced on April 7. “Heartbleed” is a nickname that refers to a serious flaw in a popular open source security component known as OpenSSL. NPR’s story from April 8 provides an overview of the problem. For a more technical angle see the blog post on Heartbleed […]

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