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RHS faculty receives potential baited code attack in emails

SPENCER SERRATOS

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Several Roseville High School teachers and at least one student received probing emails from a common source, “malinator.com,” that could be a baited code attack.

The Roseville Joint Union High School District Director of Technology, Tony Ham, recognized the string of emails as a “security risk” this afternoon in an email sent out to faculty, saying the messages posed as Google Doc notifications.

Ham advised students and faculty to look out for any unusual emails with the “mailinator.com” address and to delete such messages immediately.

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