March 24, 2014Tweet
Many people on campus have received an e-mail message pretending to be from binghamton.edu addresses with the subject "Account re-verification!!" The message indicates your account has exceeded the storage limit and threatens account deletion. It contains a link to a site asking for your user name and password. This is a phishing scam and if you received it you should ignore it and delete the message. A similar scam containing a link labeled "Properties.doc" is also circulating and should be deleted. If you clicked these links and provided your password, you should change your BMail password online. Contact the Help Desk at 777-6420 if you need assistance changing your password. There is more about phishing scams on the ITS website.