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The cyberattack on RIT and our users (you) by cybercriminals continues. The attack vectors and file names and types are changing rapidly. We’ll provide more information below on what we know so far, but we need you to do the following: If you receive an email with an unexpected attachment or link, verify with the sender BEFORE opening the attachment or clicking on the link. Your colleague’s account may be compromised. The malicious email may come from them. If you notice that you're receiving many undeliverable messages/bouncebacks in your email, change your password and contact your service desk. Please submit suspected phishing/spam by creating a... ...


Cyberattack on RIT
We’re not trying to sound overly dramatic, but we need you to read this alert and take action (and tell your colleagues and fellow students). RIT and our users (you) are currently under attack by cybercriminals. We’ll provide more information below, but we need you to do the following: If you…

RIT Information Security Alert--Job Scams! RIT Public Safety contacted the Information Security Office about a recent job scam that has victimized RIT students. The students encountered the scam through what appeared to be an authentic job listing in the RIT Job Zone. (Note that the RIT Job Zone, like most college and university job boards, is administered by a third party.) Why I’m Receiving This
RIT Students have fallen victim to a scam. We want to help you identify future scams. ... ...

RIT Information Security Alert--Account Update Spear Phishing Attacks
Why am I receiving this message?RIT users have received account update phishing attempts masquerading as official RIT email.If you've received messages with the Subject Line: RE: Outlook Account Update or Account Update, please delete them. The messages read as follows, 

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