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[Bulletin 2014012427General] Fraudulent email warning



[Summary]:
 ITR have been made aware of a fraudulent email circulating the university. 

[Description]:
 ITR have been made aware of a fraudulent email circulating the university. 

Some staff members have received an email entitled "Reimbursement Form" which appeared to be from ?JCU Financial Service Aid  JCUFinance
jcu.edu.au? 


This email is not a communication from JCU and is fraudulent. If you have received this email, you should not open it and you should delete it
without delay. 

If you have inadvertently opened the email and entered your details, please change your password immediately and contact the IT helpdesk for
further instruction. 

Auscert have published an article on choosing strong passwords which can be found here: http://www.auscert.org.au/render.html?it=2260 

[Date]:
 28-Jan-2014 

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