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A vulnerability in Apple's FaceTime video chat product has been discovered that allows people to secretly eavesdrop on other users before they answer calls. Apple has taken FaceTime offline and plans to release a patch later this week.
The Duke IT Security Office has received multiple reports of the following widespread phishing attack purportedly allowing the recipient to retrieve a voice message.
The following email was sent to all Duke University and Duke Health Staff and Faculty.
Please note that this email is legitimate and we ask that you continue to forward any suspicious messages to email@example.com.
We'd like to recognize Darshil Shah for their efforts in uncovering an authentication bypass vulnerability on a Duke Unviersity website.
The IT Security Office has received several reports of email fraud attempts where attackers are impersonating Duke staff.
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The IT Security Office has received reports of a phishing attack.
If you have received the message below, then delete without clicking on the link or replying. If you have clicked the link and/or provided your Duke credentials, then please contact the OIT Service Desk (919) 684-2200.
The IT Security Office has received several reports of email fraud attempts where attackers are impersonating Duke staff. This particular message is constructed to appear as though it was sent by the Stanback Dean of the Nicholas School, Dr.