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Phishing Warning (July 10)

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, clicked the link in the message, or entered any information on the linked Google Forms … Continue reading

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“Petya” Ransomware Warning

Posted on by mbordas

Earlier this week, a major cyberattack hit government agencies and businesses in Europe and around the world using a type of malware referred to as Petya. Petya is similar to the recent WannaCry attack in that it appears to infect computers with … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Malware |

June Security Updates

Posted on by beltzer

Microsoft Microsoft recently released security updates for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Silverlight, Skype for Business, and Adobe Flash Player. For more information about these updates, see the Microsoft Security Update Guide at portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance. Cisco Cisco recently released a security update … Continue reading

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May Security Updates

Posted on by mechling

Microsoft Microsoft recently released security updates for Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows, Office, Office Services and Web Apps, NET Framework, Adobe Flash Player, and Microsoft Malware Protection Engine. For more information about these updates, see the Microsoft Security Update Guide at https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance. Apple … Continue reading

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“Wanna Cry” Ransomware Warning

Posted on by mechling

A dangerous form of malware is circulating across the globe in the form of a PDF email attachment. Users who open the attachment are exposed to the “Wanna Cry” ransomware, which encrypts all the files on the target computer. Wanna … Continue reading

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Google Docs Phishing Warning

Posted on by mbordas

On May 3, a large phishing campaign launched targeting Google Docs users. Users reported receiving a phish email disguised to look like a request to view a Google Docs file. Continue reading

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April Security Updates

Posted on by mechling

Microsoft Microsoft recently released security updates for Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows, Office, Office Services and Web Apps, Visual Studio for Mac, .NET Framework, Silverlight, and Adobe Flash Player. For more information about these updates, see the Microsoft Security Update Guide at https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance. … Continue reading

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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

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