Classic email account scam resurfaces at UDel

Throwback Thursday! This is one of the old standby scams of phishers everywhere: the fake email account notification. The goal of a message like this is to get an unsuspecting victim to either click a link to a malicious Web site or to provide their account...

Email update scam targets UDel employees

Now that the holiday frost has lifted, phish are once again finding their way into UD waters. We’ve caught a fairly standard one today. The sender’s email address stands out right away. Yandex is a popular Russian internet company, and its services are...

Phishing scam targets UD email addresses

Several University of Delaware members have reported a phishing scam specifically targeting UD email addresses. If you see the following message in your inbox, delete it immediately—it is not from the University of Delaware.         From: University of Delaware...

Outlook.com Android App Leaves Email Messages Exposed

Kelly Higgins reports at darkreading.com that the Outlook Android app leaves email unencrypted and possibly vulnerable to discovery. “Outlook.com does have a PIN feature, but it only protects the user interface to the app, not the stored data on the file...