I've mentioned before that a number of our local users have fallen for phishing spam, merrily sending out account passwords in response to semi-grammatical e-mail demands from bad guys posing as official system administrators.
We've sent out warnings: a mass e-mailing, dire notices on our website, even a rather clever dead-tree postcard to faculty, staff, and students. These measures have probably worked to decrease the problem, but they have unfortunately not eliminated it.
But now, at least readers of Mary Worth will know better, thanks to the about-to-be unfortunate example of Victoria "Toby" Cameron, dimwit:
(Via Comics Curmudgeon, who has snarky comments about the median age and technical expertise of Mary Worth readers. Hmph! If your paper doesn't get Mary, I suggest you cancel your subscription with a cranky letter to the editor, and follow her at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website.)