University of Hawaii Employees Targeted by Phishing Email, Wichita State University Students and Employees Suffer Email Scam
Additionally, more than 700 students and employees at Wichita State University in the United States received a fake email last Friday about a campus emergency. The recipients were asked to click on a malicious link to find out more about the fake incident that could have downloaded ransomware or malware that seek to obtain control of infected computers and pilfer personal information.
 Phishing attacks impersonate UH administrators to lure would-be victims
 Wichita State warns of email scam about campus emergency
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