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Don't Get Hooked! New Phishing Attack Under Way

A new phishing attack originating in the Philippines is under way, but it may be difficult to detect on mobile devices. Several WVU users have already been hooked.

Do NOT click on a link asking you to verify your account login. This is not from the WVU service desk. The link goes to a hacked cooking site. Although that site is now disabled, the Office of Information Technology expects the phished accounts to start spamming.

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Help Desk Closing Over Holiday Break

The Office of Information Technology will be closing the Service Desk at 11:59 p.m. Dec. 23. We’ll reopen at 11:59 p.m. Dec. 26 and resume taking your calls.

The volume of calls we have historically received over the holiday break has been too low to justify keeping someone on duty 24/7, so we believe this is unlikely to cause any major inconvenience. We appreciate your understanding.

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TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

Act now to ensure you have access to course content in the new eCampus this spring.

All eCampus courses MUST be rebuilt in the new system that goes live in January, or you won’t be able to access your content there for the spring semester.

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ALERT: EMAIL PHISHING SCAM REPORTED

Students and employees are currently reporting a spear phishing email that is attempting to steal WVU usernames and passwords.

Users reading WVU email on smartphones may not notice that the sender is NOT from WVU and mistakenly believe this email is legitimate. Do not reply to this email. Promptly delete it.

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Rollout of New eCampus

Rollout of the new eCampus system is just five weeks away. Don’t wait to move your course content.

All eCampus courses MUST be rebuilt in the new system that goes live in January or your content will not be available there for the spring semester.

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Phone: (304) 293-4444 | 1 (877) 327-9260
Email: ITShelp@mail.wvu.edu

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