There has been a recent emergence of phishing emails impersonating university staff members. Hackers are using fraudulent email addresses to send urgent emails to colleagues or students, pretending to need immediate assistance. Their intention is to deceive recipients into responding and then carry out subsequent fraudulent activities, such as money scams or attempts to obtain account passwords.
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If you have suspicions, try to contact the sender through other reliable means for further verification, such as phone calls or text message.
Please DO NOT RESPOND to this kind of emails or provide any information to the impersonating sender. If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact our Help Desk.