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Welcome to the Blackboard e-Education platform,—designed to enable educational innovations everywhere by connecting people and technology.
If you have installed a Chrome browser extension called "OneClass" please uninstall it immediately. This plugin is malicious and steals your login credentials. If you had installed this extension you should consider the password to any site you have logged in to since installing it to be compromised and you should change your password for those sites immediately.
Imperial Students and Staff have recently been targeted by a number of phishing scams that either refer to the OneClass scam above or claim you need to keep your Blackboard account active by clicking on a link.
If you are worried that you may have clicked on a link and given away your Imperial College password you can reset your password by following the instructions on our website http://www.imperial.ac.uk/admin-services/ict/self-service/connect-communicate/user-accounts-passwords/change-reset-password/
For more information on how to spot phishing and scam e-mails see our "Be Secure" website http://www.imperial.ac.uk/admin-services/ict/self-service/be-secure/protect-college-personal-information/scams-malware/
Please report any email if it looks suspicious, even if you know the source, do not open or click on any links. Report the email to the ICT Security team via the ICT Service Desk.
Students are reminded that their use of the Blackboard learning environment will be logged and that this information, with other personal data about them contained within the system, will be used by their tutors to monitor their academic progress.
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