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November 7, 2018

uoguel.ph

November 9, 2018

Introducing https://uoguel.ph

You will soon start seeing short links pointing to uoguel.ph in campus communications very soon and they can be trusted.

November 7, 2018

Phishing


DON’T TAKE THE BAIT!

Phishing is one of the most common methods for cyber criminals to access your personal information.  They lure you into clicking on links to malicious content, try to convince you to share your password, or try to infect your system with malware. The people who do this pose as representatives of trusted, well-known organizations, and ask for information that will allow them to impersonate their victims.

October 2, 2017

Phishing Email

October 1, 2017

Cybercriminals use phishing—a type of social engineering—to manipulate people into doing what they want. Social engineering is at the heart of all phishing attacks, especially those conducted via e-mail. Technology makes phishing easy. Setting up and operating a phishing attack is fast, inexpensive, and low risk: any cybercriminal with an e-mail address can launch one.

September 29, 2017

GryphReaper impersonation on University of Guelph ID card

September 29, 2017

September 11, 2017

October 6, 2017

Chances are if a job offer looks too good to be true...it is!  Ever year job offer scams make the rounds attempting to trick students into providing their personal information and ultimately scam them out of their money. 

How the Scam Works

Step 1 - Initial Contact 

August 3, 2017

Cellphone

August 4th, 2017

Phishing has gone mobile! Malicious phishing messages sent out via SMS are often referred to as 'smishing', and it is on the rise.

July 19, 2017

July 19th, 2017

June 23, 2017

The online safety and security of the U of G community is a top priority. One of the most common methods for cyber criminals to access your personal information is through phishing email scams, where they attempt to lure you into clicking on a link or opening an attachment, try to convince you to share your identity information (e.g. passwords), or try to infect your system with malware.