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Removal of Phishing Message from Queen's Mailboxes – 240125B Archived
On Thursday, January 25 a malicious email was sent to members of the Queen's community. In keeping with the Electronic Information Security Policy, this message is being removed from all mailboxes using an automated feature in Office 365.

Please delete the message manually from your mailbox if you have received a copy.

If you are not using an Office 365 mailbox or forward your mail outside of Office 365, ITS is not able to automatically remove the malicious message.

If you received this message, replied to the message and entered your credentials, please securely change your NetID password immediately.

If you have any questions please contact the IT Support Centre at x36666.


Subject: [ DUO SECURITY UPDATE - Announcement ] Welcome

Your Queensu account has been filed under the list of accounts set for deactivation due to retirement/graduation/freshers/full-time/part-time or transfer of the concerned account holder.

But the record shows you are still active in service and so advised to verify this request otherwise give us reason to deactivate your university account.

Please send the requested information below to this phone number [REDACTED] via SMS ONLY, to verify your Queensu immediately to avoid Deactivation and to book an appointment:

* Full Name:
* Campus Email:
* Password:
* 2 Set of Duo 6 digit passcode on your Duo Mobile (Kindly check your Duo Mobile)
* Date of Birth:

NOTE: Please check your Duo Mobile and fill in the 6-digit passcode above correctly and always send the new code if you mistakenly or consciously used the code you sent, make sure you send the new Duo code immediately.


Whenever you receive any PUSH NOTIFICATION REQUEST sent to your duo mobile app after sending the information above, please accept it to proceed with your verification process, is that understood?.

Please note the one-time submission and entry only.

Send the requested information above, correctly, properly and accordingly.