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SPAM or Phish
Our network center blocks on average, about 100 thousand SPAM or Phishing messages a day! Even so, Spam lands in our in-boxes just waiting to fool us into giving up sensitive information. So how can one tell if a message is not right and avoid being compromised?
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Note: If you receive a SPAM or Phishing message, please forward it to mailcop@etown.edu.

Be Safe: Elizabethtown College will never ask for your personal information or password. Never share this information with anyone.

  • You are asked to verify your account.
  • You are asked to confirm your identity.
  • You are asked to provide your username and password.
  • You are asked to click a link or download an attachment to open or reactivate an account.
  • The message is not signed by a member of the ITS staff.
  • The From address is not an @etown.e