Summary A critical vulnerability has been discovered and released in the Apache Struts 2 framework. Impact This vulnerability allows for unauthenticated, remote code execution on the server. Further, there are at least two known public exploits for this vulnerability  and ISP has already started to see scanning and exploit attempts against campus systems. Vulnerable Apache Struts 2.3.5 - […]
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Below is a copy of the latest phishing attempt. You can safely delete the email **Phishing email** Dear IBM Lotus iNotes E-mail User, This message is from York University: YORKU Support Help Desk, We are currently upgrading our YORKU/SSB database and e-mail account center i.e homepage view, enhance security installations of new 2017 anti-spam and anti-virus software, […]
We will be shutting down your York University account due to several negligence of emails previously sent regarding account upgrade. Please Click HERE and verify your mailbox to avoid deactivation.
Subject: Last Warning We will be shutting down your York University account due to several negligence of emails previously sent regarding account upgrade. Please Click HERE and verify your mailbox to avoid deactivation. **Below is a screenshot of the phishing site**