Phishing Waves at KIT
Currently, the KIT is being targeted by a phishing wave, that is also being distributed using compromised KIT accounts.
The phishing mails seen so far being sent by compromised KIT computers, have a valid KIT email address as sender address, request to follow a link and have one of the following subject lines:
- "Final Notification"
- "Karlsruhe Institute of Technology"
- "endgültige Mitteilung"
We strongly advise you to ignore these emails.
In general, the staff of the SCC will never ask its customers for their password. If you receive a suspicious email or are unsure about the nature of it, please contact your ITB of your institution or the KIT-CERT (cert) and provide the email using the instructions found at https://www.cert.kit.edu/p/mail-forward. ∂kit edu
(Last edited: 2015-09-04T13:40+02)