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Beware phishing

New phishing scam hits UD

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3:02 p.m., Aug. 2, 2013--Emails with the subject line "New Message," purportedly from the University, are hitting campus email addresses today, Aug. 2. These emails are phishing attempts and should be deleted.

In the wake of UD's recent data security breach, cyber criminals also took notice and began sending targeted phishing email messages to UD email addresses.

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