|Potential phishing attempts: Adobe customer security announcement|
|Status:||Start Time:||End Time:||Last Update:|
|Alert||10/4/2013 11:20am||10/22/2013 12:32pm||10/22/2013 12:32pm|
Adobe has announced that their systems were recently compromised. Full details are in their blog post here:
Adobe is contacting affected users, asking that they change their passwords to secure their Adobe account. This may lead to new phishing e-mails. Such a phishing message would likely ask the users to click on a link and enter their usernames and passwords to secure their Adobe account. Be wary of any e-mail you receive purporting to be from Adobe, and to what site it directs you.
If you have any questions, please contact the OIT Help Desk at any time before responding to any such request. The OIT Help Desk is available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, via e-mail, online chat, and telephone.
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