Recover from email phising scam

February 18, 2010


If you did not enter any information in the recently received phishing e-mail your account should not be compromised. However, I recommend changing your password anyway. If you entered your username and password you MUST change the password immediately.

To do so proceed to – review the Password Policy instructions at the bottom of the screen. Then look for the link that reads “Change Password”.

Additional recommendation: If you have any other non-TCU/Brite accounts (like ebay or amazon) that use the same name and/or similar passwords they should be changed as well.

Please call me if you have any questions,

Loren D. J. Baxter, M.Div.

Director of Technology Resources

Brite Divinity School


Brite Student Association