What to do if you suspect your wisc.edu account is compromised?

Links to information on what to do if you suspect your wisc.edu (NetID) account has been compromised. Such as from a phishing attempt, infected computer, etc.

Change your NetID password:

NetID - Changing a Password


More things to do, if you suspect an infection on your computer.

Cisco AMP - Running a Scan from the Local GUI


NetID Account Compromised - Malware/Virus Infection on machine


NetID Account Compromised - Responded to a Phishing Scam


IF, the compromised NetID password is the same, or similar to your HSLC Network (SMPH work computer) password, then you should change it to a new one.

HSLC Password Change Tool


Keywords:compromised suspect account phish malware reset   Doc ID:77085
Owner:Adrian G.Group:School of Medicine and Public Health
Created:2017-09-29 11:51 CSTUpdated:2021-09-27 15:38 CST
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