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Author Archives: minsterg

[PHISH] Email Confirmation

We’ve been alerted to a phishing campaign using a QR code attempting to get TCNJ users to provide their email credentials.  The email utilizes a QR code in an attempt to circumvent phishing detections.  Do not scan the QR code or enter any informaiton in the subsequent landing page.  Thank you.

(QR code obfuscated and may appear different in your email if received)

Landing page example.

[PHISH] 2023 Employees Benefit Program

Today we detected a phishing email that attempts to harvest TCNJ user credentials.  The email claims to offer a $700 benefit to employees.  The email address comes from outside the TCNJ environment and is generic in its email body.  If you visited this site and entered any credentials, change your TCNJ password immediately. The landing… Continue Reading

[PHISH] Student Employment Hiring Contract

We’ve discovered a phishing campaign directed at a number of TCNJ users in which the attacker is impersonating Lea DiFonzo.  The email offers a remote assistant research position.  Do not reply or interact with this attacker as they will likely attempt to gather your personal information or attempt to get you to purchase gift cards… Continue Reading

Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2023

Welcome to Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2023!  Cybersecurity is widely becoming something that everyone should be aware of.  This month we promote awareness among TCNJ employees and encourage you to promote cybersecurity awareness outside of TCNJ as well.  You should have received an email regarding our annual training program, but if you have not, the email… Continue Reading

[PHISH] Cell Number Phish from icloud.com emails

We have received reports where a number of icloud.com email addresses are sending in emails impersonating TCNJ employees and requesting user cell phone numbers.  The email from address contains the employees name but the email address contains a misspelled or imitated office title and ends in @icloud.com.  The attackers are also including an official looking… Continue Reading

[PHISH] Invoice XXXXXXXXX from PPal Sales

We have received notification of a possible PayPal invoice phishing scam being sent to users. The email address appears to be quickbooks@notification.intuit.com but investigation indicates replies will be sent elsewhere.  Screenshots are below.  Do not interact with the sender by replying or clicking any links within the email.  If you receive any invoices you were… Continue Reading

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