Phishing Scam Hitting Campus Email
The university will never request that you verify personal account information over email.
Students, faculty and staff should be aware of phishing emails attempting to collect sensitive account information. The latest phishing scam threatens to terminate Office 365 email unless the recipient verifies their account details.
The University of Arkansas will never request that you verify account details by clicking on a link in email. Office 365 will never contact you to terminate your accounts.
- If you have received a suspicious phishing email, forward the message to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it from your mailbox.
- If you have clicked on a link in one of these emails or potentially provided account information, contact the IT Help Desk immediately.
Learn more about how to recognize and report phishing scams.
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