If this pathetic imitation of an ITS announcement just appeared in your inbox, ignore it. It’s a phishing scam. Do not “clink” the link or provide your information. Further evidence via A-Batte (click to enlarge):
As ITS pointed out a few months ago, “Neither ITS nor the Help Desk will ever ask you to provide your username or password via email or from a link in an email.” If you already took the bait (you’re not alone), change your password now: Eportfolio –> Tools and Links –> Password Manager.
As usual, Industry Rule #4080 applies: things that include the five letters “Phish” are shady.
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For you conspiracy theorists who won’t accept assertions without evidence, good for you. Here’s some evidence:
lol I was sooooo close to doing it but then I realized that NONE OF IT MADE ANY SENSE