Students, faculty receive Google Drive spam messages
Observer Staff Report | Wednesday, May 3, 2017
The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) worked to stop the spread of spam messages from Notre Dame accounts disguised as invitations to share Google Docs on Wednesday, according to an email sent to the Notre Dame community.
According to the email, the spread of these spam messages is a worldwide problem that Google is working to resolve. OIT advised members of the community to be aware that they may receive these messages from people without a Notre Dame email address and is waiting to hear from Google how those who may have accessed the spam message can resolve any problems caused by the email.