If you are not already setup for Two Factor Authentication, please follow these steps:
A fraudulent “phishing” email is circulating with the subject line of “New online course evaluations”, purporting to be from “Cornell University Instructional Support Staff” to solicit feedback about online course evaluations.
The email has a very genuine appearance, including a valid-looking link to a course evaluation survey. The link in the message does not actually point to the site that is shown in the text, but instead directs to a malicious phishing page in an attempt to harvest your Cornell username and password.
The Cornell IT Security Office is aware of this and has posted it to their “Phishbowl” page where known phishing emails that have been spotted at Cornell are collected. Details can be found at https://it.cornell.edu/phish/7830, or by Googling “Cornell Phish Bowl”, clicking on the top result which is likely to be “Phish Bowl | IT@Cornell”, and then clicking on “New online course evaluations”.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT Security Office at: email@example.com
Please see the below resources related to securing your ZOOM sessions.
Prevent your Classes from being “ZOOM Bombed”
Changes to ZOOM defaults to make meetings more secure