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Phishing Scam in Microsoft Forms

Updated: Jun 21, 2019

There have been reports of schools receiving a link to an online form which requests your email address and password. This is a phishing scam and should be ignored.

While Microsoft Forms is a valid site and one which we encourage schools to use you have to exercise care when filling in forms. Some forms will require you to enter an email address but no valid form will ever ask for your password. Care should always be taken when entering a password into any site and if you are unsure you should not do it and seek further clarification from your ICT Technician.

Further information can be found on Phishing scams via the Action Fraud website available here:

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