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What is phishing? 

Visit the Phishing Resources page to learn about phishing and how to protect yourself.

 

What is The Phish Bowl? 

Your source for the latest phishing alerts. 

 

How do I use The Phish Bowl and report phishing?

  • If you receive a suspicious email, visit The Phish Bowl and scan the list of recent phishing alerts.  If the email is posted, there's no need to report it.  Simply delete the email and you're done.
  • If the suspicious email is not posted to The Phish Bowl, delete any attachments and report it by forwarding to: phishbowl@princeton.edu.

 

How do I add an email to the Legitimate Emails section of The Phish Bowl?

When sending emails to the PU community, make sure you are following our Tips for Writing Non-Phishy Emails.  To communicate that your message is legitimate and not a phishing attempt, you may ask to have it posted in the Legitimate Emails section of The Phish Bowl. You may request this when completing a SN@P PU Mass Mailing Request Form or by submitting a SN@P Generic Request Form.