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A new way for scammers to access Miami credentials has recently been reported. The person will compromise a Miami user’s Facebook account, then send a chat message to “Friends” asking for their password to access Miami’s WiFi. They then will use the password to access data from that person’s account.

Banner and BannerWeb will be unavailable beginning at 2:00 pm on Saturday, June 20, until mid afternoon Sunday, June 21. During this time, IT Services will upgrade several Banner modules to the most recent version. This upgrade is necessary to comply with regulatory requirements, implement bug fixes, take advantage of new enhancements, and sustain interdependencies between Banner modules.

Email messages from compromised Miami accounts are currently making the rounds, and these new phishing scams are affecting Miami faculty, staff and students. Phishers will try and exploit the fact that you trust people that you know. When they compromise one account, they will often send messages to people who are in the address book of that person, hoping that the recipient will follow the instructions because they trust the sender.

Banner and BannerWeb will be unavailable beginning at 1:00 pm on Saturday, June 20, until mid afternoon Sunday, June 21. During this time, IT Services will upgrade several Banner modules to the most recent version. This upgrade is necessary to comply with regulatory requirements, implement bug fixes, take advantage of new enhancements, and sustain interdependencies between Banner modules.

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