A new "phishing" attack has targeted Penn. The phishing email claims, "This email is being sent to inform you that you have been granted a new digital certificate for use with Bank of America CashPro. Online." In actuality, the links in the email actually go to tostiabbigliamento.com! It is an attempt to get you to reveal your Bank of America or American Express credentials. Don't fall for the con game!
An online form to request Canvas course sites is now available. You can access the form at https://dla.library.upenn.edu/siterequest/ or by going to the Libraries’ Courseware home page (http://www.library.upenn.edu/courseware/) and looking for the Course Request Form link on the menu on the left of the page.
Doug Smullens of the University Library reports that faculty members are receiving fraudulent emails warning that their Penn Library accounts have expired. The email is an attempt to obtain your password!
Identity Finder is software that can find personal information, such as Social Security numbers and credit card information, that is stored on a personal computer. Penn has licensed Identity Finder to help users find and protect this kind of data.