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What to do if you suspect your account is compromised?

Links to information on what to do if you suspect your (NetID) account has been compromised. Such as from a phishing attempt, infected computer, etc.

Change your NetID password:

NetID - Changing a Password

More things to do, if you suspect an infection on your computer.

Symantec Endpoint Protection (Win) - Running a Full Virus Scan

NetID Account Compromised - Malware/Virus Infection on machine

NetID Account Compromised - Responded to a Phishing Scam

IF, the compromised NetID password is the same or similar to your HSLC Network (SMPH work computer) password, then you must change it to a new one.

HSLC Password Change Tool

Keywords:compromised suspect account phish malware reset   Doc ID:77085
Owner:Adrian G.Group:School of Medicine and Public Health
Created:2017-09-29 12:51 CDTUpdated:2018-08-30 14:35 CDT
Sites:School of Medicine and Public Health
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