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Most phishing scams can be avoided by sticking to these basic principles: 1. Treat ALL LINKS as if they are suspicious. (Links include Web Addresses & URLs) 2. Log in with your LSU PAWS ID at official lsu.edu...
Article Id: 17107
Category: E-mail Security

Find, Copy & Paste the E-mail Message Header -- Note: The LSU IT Security and Policy (ITSP) Team has deployed PhishMe Reporter, an application that provides users the ability to report suspicious e-mails to the ITSP team quickly and efficiently. All applicable e-mail headers are included in the alert sent to ITSP....
Article Id: 14922
Category: E-mail Security

E-mail Quota (Maximum E-mail Size) LSUMail (Faculty & Staff) The quota for LSU Faculty & Staff LSUMail Accounts is 50-GB. NOTE : Take such measures as junk mail filtering and deleting unnecessary e-mail messages to help you keep your...
Article Id: 63
Category: E-mail Security

Report Phishing E-mails The LSU IT Security and Policy (ITSP) Team has deployed PhishMe Reporter, an application that provides users the ability to report suspicious e-mails to the ITSP team quickly and efficiently. The application will be available for all @lsu.edu mailboxes automatically without any user intervention.
Article Id: 19636
Category: E-mail Security

DO NOT Give Your Sensitive Information to ANYONE. Exceptions are made only if you are CERTAIN that they are indeed who they claim to be and that they NEED access to the information for a critical service. What is a Social Engineering Attack? To...
Article Id: 6982
Category: E-mail Security

Why Do I Need a Password? Think about the number of PIN numbers, passwords, or passphrases you use every day: getting money from the ATM or using your debit card in a store, logging on to your computer or e-mail, signing in to an online bank account or shopping cart...the list seems to just keep getting longer. Keeping track of all of the number,...
Article Id: 6975
Category: E-mail Security

A password is a common form of authentication and is often the only barrier between you and your personal information. There are several tools that attackers use to assist in guessing or cracking a password. By creating a complex password and keeping it confidential, you make it more difficult for hackers to gain unauthorized access to your...
Article Id: 16865
Category: E-mail Security

LSU Recommendation: NEVER Give Your Personal Information, Password or Credentials to E-mail Messages Requesting It. It is Most Likely a Scam. LSU & LSU Departments / Affiliates Will NEVER ...
Article Id: 16680
Category: E-mail Security