I have been made aware of several instances of text alerts being sent to phones that purport to be from a Veridian domain. The alerts allege that a charge has been made and ask the recipient to login to veridianalertcu [dot] org with the recipient's Veridian credentials.
If you use a computer or mobile device long enough, sooner or later something will go wrong. You may accidentally delete the wrong files, have a hardware failure, or lose a device. Even worse, malware may infect and wipe or encrypt your files.
Beware of 'Microsoft Office' USB sticks that show up in the mail. It's a scam! Plugging the USB into a computer will trigger a virus alert and encourage people to call a customer support line, where a scammer will take over the computer and demand payment.
Cyber criminals know that one of the best ways to rush people into making a mistake is by creating a heightened sense of urgency. And one of the easiest ways to create a sense of urgency is to take advantage of a crisis.
UNI IT has recently been notified that some of our Zoom users are using clients below the minimum 5.3.0 version level.