9/26/2017 – UPDATE – Security advisory – phishing email ‘New Messages (3)’

Update: At this time we believe the goal of the attacker was to harvest login credentials for spamming so changing your password is the best option.  We do not believe there is a malware threat at this time.  Should you encounter questionable behavior on your work station and you have visited this site please notify the helpdesk.

Technology has been notified of a mass email stating that a person has “new messages (3)” from office 365 sent from several infected district user accounts.  In some cases the attacker has responded back to responses on this fraudulent email with “This for real {…}”

The district will never ask you for your username and password and it is against district policy to share your username and password with any one.

At this time we ask any one who has clicked on this link and witnessed any questionable activity to change their password.

How to change your password:

  • Go to a district windows workstation
  • Press “ctrl” + “alt” + “del”
  • Select “change your password”
  • Follow the prompts to change your district password

We will continue to investigate this incident and will follow up with you if needed.

At this time we believe changing your password should be sufficient to prevent any further intrusions.