ALERT: American Express Phishing Scam

June 11th, 2012 @

The Information Technology Group has been tracking emails messages reportedly coming from American Express to “verify a customer inquiry.”  Many in the MBL community rightly identify these messages as phishing, but we wanted to provide this reminder in case you receive one.  Always remember that no legitimate organization would ever ask you to send or input your ID and password.

LinkedIn Passwords Leaked

June 11th, 2012 @

According to several news sources, millions of LinkedIn passwords have been reported leaked online.  One of those sources, CNET, says that  “a hacker says he’s posted 6.5 million LijnkedIn passwords on the Web — hot on the heels of security researchers’ warnings about privacy issues with LinkedIn’s iOS app. . . Twitter users are already […]


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