Phishing Examples

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Phishing attempts are emails (or phone calls) which appear to be legitimate and seek to steal your credentials, money, or info

These are active phishing or hacking attempts on Georgetown University email.  If you clicked on a link or otherwise responded to a fraudulent email, go to another computer and change your password. You can also contact us at CIRT@georgetown.edu.


Student Looking for Work

September 16th, 2020

This phishing email preys upon students and the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Don’t get caught falling for this offer! Imag…

Bogus Canvas Email

April 16th, 2020

Bogus Canvas Account Notices are being sent to faculty and students. Do not click these links and enter any sign-in information. …

Coronovirus Scams

March 11th, 2020

Scammers are taking advantage of the fear around the coronovirus pandemic. Beware of fraudulent emails! …

Gift Card Scam

July 19th, 2019

This fraudulent¬†email is intended to steal money. ¬†The sender is NOT the familiar person it appears to be. If you reply you will be coaxed into a g…