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NOTICE: Recognizing “Phishing” Messages
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1/31/2012 1:51 PM

 

Description: Kellogg Information Systems

Dear Kellogg Community,
 
Over the weekend, a number of you may have received messages from a generic network or email administrator supposedly regarding your email account. You likely noted the numerous red flags that identified these as “phishing” messages: a method computer criminals use to obtain personal account and password information.  We would like to take the opportunity to remind everyone that you should not respond to any message asking you to provide your password online or by email.

We encourage you to continue reporting any fraudulent messages to your support desk. You can find more information on Identifying and Avoiding Phishing Messages in the KIS Knowledge Base.

If you have any questions, please contact us:

Full-time Students: kis-help@kellogg.northwestern.edu or 847-467-2100
Part-time Students: kis-help@kellogg.northwestern.edu or 312-503-0159
Faculty, Staff and PhD Students: kis-fastcats@kellogg.northwestern.edu or 847-467-3030

Sincerely,

Kellogg Information Systems

 

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