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Indiana University information security staff report that email scammers impersonating IU senior leadership have attempted to acquire sensitive personal data, monetary transfers and unauthorized purchases in recent months.
IU’s University Information Security Office posted a bulletin on Thursday alerting computer users to a vulnerability in Adobe Flash that could affect all versions. Initially a fix was not expected until next week, but the updated UISO bulletin includes information about the fix as well as background about the exploit.
In this Digital Age of ours, with the constant barrage of email phishing (don’t forget to report it), some scammers still go “old school” by using the telephone. Employees at IU South Bend have reported incidents of telephone phishing attempts where the caller purports to be from the Microsoft help desk and requests the employees’ username or asks them to install software.