What is phishing?
Phishing is a deceptive attempt to guide you to a fake Web page and steal your ID and password. Avoid clicking a link in such an email.
If you already had entered/told your password in response to a suspicious message, please change your password as soon as possible.
- Phishing aiming at web mail accounts used in universities (in Japanese)
- Phishing which guide you to a clever fraud site with a university logo and try to let you enter your ID and password to steal them
- Phishing to steal an Apple ID etc (in Japanese)
Please be aware that emails which try to steal your accounts such as an Apple ID or an Amazon account that you might often use, and emails which try to steal the email address and the password of our university, are possibly sent to you.
For details, please refer to “Examples of phishing emails” below.
Examples of phishing emails
In the following page there are some examples of phishing emails sent to members of our university. When new ones reported, we would like to post soon. Please refer to this page if you think that an email you received is a phishing email.