Phishing Email Messages
What is a phishing message?
A phishing email attempts to steal your confidential information by directing you to a false website where you are asked to update personal information, such as a password. Please be aware that there are several of these phishing emails circulating within the Duquesne community that contain links to false sites that will ask you to enter your MultiPass Credentials. Beware: replying to these messages will ALWAYS result in your password being stolen.
Recent Phishing Emails
Subject: Fw: JOB OPPORTUNITY!! JOB OPPORTUNITY!!!
From: michael richie firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 3:41:02 AM
To: Subject: JOB OPPORTUNITY!! JOB OPPORTUNITY!!!
Subject: I am pleased to offer you a job as my Administrative Assistant
Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 8:13 PM
I am pleased to offer you a job as my Administrative Assistant
for more details send me your full name via text message to my personal number (xxx) xxx-xxxx
What to do if you have responded to a phishing message:
Check "Recently Received Phishing Messages" (listed below).
If you see the message you received listed below, please delete it.
If you have replied to a phishing message or have accidentally logged into a phishing site with your MultiPass credentials, please run an anti-malware scan on your computer and reset your MultiPass password and secret questions immediately.
Check your forwards and inbox rules for suspicious settings.
Tips for identifying phishing messages: