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An email suspected by some students to be a phishing scam from Loyola’s Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA) has been confirmed as an official university email by Troy Stephens Jr., coordinator of sorority and …

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A Facebook page frequently used by Loyola students appeared to have been hacked Friday afternoon when a Facebook story asked users to send their bank account information to a separate Facebook user. The page, “Loyola …

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An email appearing as if sent by Loyola’s Office of the President targeted members of the Loyola community, according to an email sent to Loyola students Wednesday from James Pardonek, Loyola’s information security officer. The …

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Some Loyola students received emails impersonating the retired Dean of Libraries, the Office of the President and the Provost on May 24, according to a notice sent by James Pardonek, Loyola’s information security officer. Some …

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Loyola’s email accounts have been plagued by these issues for over a year. Last fall, Loyola’s Information Technology Services sent an email to students and staff to bring attention to the problem.

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The fake emails, known as “phishing” scams, are designed to resemble official Loyola University messages and try to trick victims into entering usernames and passwords into a fake website.