Fraud: Order Confirmation

Thank you for your order! Your new Windows Defender is renewed through October, 2023. There is one problem, though - this isn't a real purchase notification. It's a scheme to steal your credit card number. Click Read More to find out how to spot these fraudulent notifications.

Phishing: From IT Department Scam Alert (Sharepoint shared file)

Here at Gone Phishing we recognize that this is not a particularly convincing phishing email. However, this type of scam is very common. The email is a valid Sharepoint notification that leads to a shared file. The shared file then launches a Microsoft Form that asks for user credentials. Click Read More to see what the form looks like!

Phishing: Last day

Your email will be deactivated! Just click the link to receive a critical upgrade. But wait - the link doesn't go to a Marist College website. This is an attempt to steal your Marist credentials. Click Read More to find out why!

News: take care of your junk folder

Last summer Marist College enabled additional spam and junk filterimng on the campus email platform. This helped keep malicious and bulk email out of inboxes. However, as with any filtering technology, it is not always perfect. It can get better, though, if you help curate your inbox with the following steps: Report messages as Junk - if you get a malicious email or spam message in your inbox, report it as "Junk" Report messages as Not Junk - if you get valid...

Phishing: Your Email Require Verification To Avoid Shutdown

Oh no! Your email will be shutdown! You have messages that are queued up and you have to click a simple link and login to receive them and "verify" your email. Beware - Marist College will never (ever!) send such an email. This is a phishing attempt - click Read More to find out how to spot phishing emails in your inbox.

Fraud: Send me your available cell phone number

You get an email from your supervisor, dean, or Vice President, and it's urgent and important! But beware - the sender isn't who you think it is. Read on to find out how this scam works and how to avoid falling for it.

Fraud: Payment received for annual subscription

This is a purchasing scam, that tried to look like a subscription for Geek Squad services. Don't be fooled - these scammers are trying to get your credit card number. Read more to find out how!

Phishing: Help Desk

Your mailbox storage is at 98%! Just click a link to adjust your storage limit. Be warned: this message did not come from the Marist College Help Desk or anyone in Marist IT. It's an attempt to steal your credentials. Click Read More for additional information and tips for spotting malicious email messages.

Phishing: Upgrade Your Mailbox

Your mailbox is almost full! Just click a link to request an upgrade. Be warned: this message did not come from the Marist College Help Desk or anyone in Marist IT. It's an attempt to steal your credentials. Click Read More for additional information and tips for spotting malicious email messages.

Phishing: Our Projections for Year 2022 (dousign)

You have an important document from docusign - enter your information immediately to see it! Beware: this is a phishing attempt. If you click on the link and open the site, it will ask for your login and password, but this isn't a Marist College service - it is an attempt by cyber criminals to steal your password.