Sometimes we get reports that email sent from @cornell.edu addresses to external addresses (or forwarded from a Cornell address to an external address) is being rejected or having delivery refused. At various times this has happened when sending to Spectrum/Time Warner, to AOL...Read more
Criminals spam people throughout the holidays with the hopes that the right email subject line will trick someone.Read more
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. This week's theme is "Simple Steps to Online Safety."Read more
This fall, Cornell is experiencing a significant increase in reports of students, faculty and staff being victimized by identity theft. Protect your personal identity and financial information by taking these steps.Read more
It's possible that in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, you may receive phishing emails, or see websites, ads, and other media created by scammers trying to take advantage of the tragedy.Read more
Online risks don't end when the work day does. Here are some tips to protect your personal identity and information, too.Read more
If you receive Network Registration emails every day, it is most likely because you (or someone on your computer) has manually changed one or two settings.Navigate to Settings - Networking - Wi-Fi...Read more
Have you ever seen warning like the one shown here?
It may have made you wonder if someone was sending you forged email. You should always be on your guard, but there can also be an innocent explanation.
First, remember that every message has a complex set of headers...Read more