Blackboard will be unavailable on Thursday, December 26th from 6:00AM to 8:00PM (Eastern) . We will be upgrading to Blackboard Learn 9.1 Q2 2019 (more info at 'What Is New').
Phishing scams use fraudulent emails to get users to reveal confidential information. Such emails usually look like they come from a legitimate organization such as Blackboard but contain links to illegitimate sites.
Blackboard has become aware of a mass phishing scam targeting customers using Blackboard Learn. To be clear, Blackboard Learn has not been hacked -- these are emails sent directly from a spammer to emails it may have harvested by spidering the institution's websites for email addresses.
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