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Phishing messages that appear to come from "Lehigh Help Desk Services"

Last updated: 11/07/18

Another new phishing message is out that appears to come from helpdesk@lehigh.edu, and indicates that you should follow "this link" to upgrade and secure your email due to our anti-phishing server upgrade.

LTS will not send you links to update your email so be very careful when receiving these types of messages.

See all the latest phishing schemes at: Recent Phishing Examples.

Many people are reporting phishing messages that appear to come from legitimate sources, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, the Better Business Bureau, Amazon, and American Airlines. These messages include links to sites that exploit vulnerabilities with Java and Adobe Flash. Be suspicious of any email that contains misspellings, poor grammar, convey extreme urgency, or ask for login or personal information.

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Avoid clicking links until you can confirm that the message is from a legitimate source. Rather than using the link, go directly to the site by entering the web address in a browser. See more information on our LTS Phishing Guide page to avoid being caught.

Authorized users may post, cancel, or update messages on the maintenance page. Authorized users include Help Desk and Operations staff, and selected Systems, IT, and Client Services staff. Non-authorized users should contact the Help Desk at 610-758-4357 to report problems and outages.