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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Protecting Your Location Information in Facebook

Posted on by mbordas

Every time you use Facebook to check in at a restaurant or post a selfie at a popular landmark, you are sharing information about your current location with other Facebook users. While posting about your current status may help you … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Facebook, Privacy |

Phishing Warning #2 (April 20)

Posted on by beltzer

Many users have reported receiving the following phish. If you have received the phish, do not reply or follow the link. If you have responded or clicked the link, change your USC NetID password immediately by going to the Popular Topics menu … Continue reading

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Phishing Warning (April 20)

Posted on by mbordas

Many users have reported receiving the following phish. If you have received the phish, do not reply or follow the link. If you have responded or clicked the link, change your USC NetID password immediately by going to the Popular Topics … Continue reading

Posted in Phishing |

Recent Phishing Campaigns (April 19)

Posted on by mechling

USC account holders have reported receiving phishes similar to the one listed below. From: noreply [mailto:noreply-quarantine.2017190406023615.6125F15888BE@acr.org] Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Subject: Email Quarantine: 21 new messages for [USC NetID]@usc.edu Dear [USC NetID]@usc.edu There are 21 new messages in your Email … Continue reading

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Microsoft to End Support for Windows Vista

Posted on by beltzer

Microsoft will end all support for the decade-old Windows Vista operating system on April 11, 2017. Once support ends, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid support, and online technical content updates for Vista. Continue reading

Posted in Security Updates |