September 3, 2008
Case users have received a number of phish messages welcoming them back and asking them to verify accounts by sending them your password via email.
Please continue to delete these non-legitimate messages. DO NOT RESPOND to the message. At the direction of Information Security, ITS will take action for all accounts as if the user has fallen victim.
If you or somebody you know has responded, contact the Case Help Desk (help.case.edu, 368-HELP) immediately for instructions on how to reset and protect your account.
As a reminder, the University will never request Tier III information (such as userID and password) from a user to be sent via email. An such request should be judged as a scam by default.
Posted by Thomas Siu at 10:17 AM