There are several ways your Wharton account could have been compromised:
- You left yourself logged into a public machine on Wharton's campus or on another public machine.
- Your computer or smartphone was stolen
- You shared your password with someone
- You've been the victim of a virus or phishing attack
There are several steps you should take to address this problem:
- Change your Wharton password immediately. If your computer has a virus or has been hacked, please use another computer or call the Student Support Team (215-898-8600) to help you change your password.
- Notify the Wharton Computing Support Team of the problem (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Run up-to-date virus and adware scans on your Computer (see How To Protect Yourself Against Viruses )
If the account compromised could have had access to your personal computer, and you have sensitive information stored on your computer, be sure to change any passwords for online banking and other secure sites.