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mouse arrow over red backgroundCLICK WISELY!

Click only links and files that are expected, and only from people you trust.

There is a reason so many cyber attacks start with a bogus email message. It works. This type of scam is called phishing, and the goal is to get you to click a fraudulent link, open an unsafe file, or give up personal information.

REPORT PHISHING!

By forwarding phishing emails to phishing@harvard.edu.

The information below will teach you how to spot a phony links and phishing scams, as well as how to report a phishing attempt. Falling for the trick can cost you your passwords, bank account information, or personal data.

Report Phishing by forwarding phishing emails to phishing@harvard.edu.

HLS ITS will NEVER send an email asking for your login information/passwords or any other sensitive information.

More on phishing:

Recent Examples of phishing emails received at HLS: