Did you know that password compromises are one of the greatest risks to Cornell data?
NetID/password pairs can be stolen when someone unintentionally does either of the following:
Downloads a keylogger virus that remembers everything they type (keyloggers can also steal passwords to bank accounts,...
Any email can have dangerous links or attachments (Word, PDFs, pictures, etc.), even if it’s from someone you know. It’s not easy to slow down and check everything, but with a few good habits, you can keep Cornell data and your identity much safer.