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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Security Advisory - Malicious One Class Chrome Extension December 13, 2016
A malicious OneClass Chrome Extension is part of a current phishing scam which, if installed, may send email on students' behalf and also attempts to collect user credentials.
The phishing email content is:
"Hey guys, I just found some really helpful notes for the upcoming exams for <University Name> courses at https://oneclass.com/s/signup. I highly recommend signing up for an account now that way your first download is free!"
Please DO NOT install this extension, and if you receive an email anything like the one above please DO NOT click anything in the email. Just delete the email.
This extension attempts to recruit your fellow students into joining OneClass when you log into Blackboard. The plugin will attempt to access your credentials, and email other students in your courses on your behalf to invite them to also download the plugin. Follow these instructions to uninstall the extension if you have it on your web browser.
Link: Blackboard Bullitens
If you have questions or need help contact the CSUB HelpDesk
Cyber attack in the news October 21, 2016What's Happening
A cyber-attack began this morning on DYN, a company that provides Internet services for many websites, mostly causing webpage outages and slowness for many DYN customers such as: Netflix, Twitter, Shopify, Etsy, Spotify, Box, New York Times, Amazon and Github to name a few. The first problem began at approximately 7am EST and then again at 12n EST. Most services have been restored or may continue to be restored.
CSUB websites have not been impacted.
You may not have been able to reach various external websites or those websites you normally view may be very slow to respond.What You Need To Do
Patience is key, allowing websites that you visit regularly the time to restore services that may have been impacted.Getting Help and Additional Information
Make contact with your service organization if you continue to have problems with your website services. To view any services that may be down or slow, the following website seems to be helpful: http://downdetector.com/companies .
Again, CSUB websites were not impacted.
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