Recent Flood of Fake “Reset your domain password” Emails


Recent Flood of Fake “Reset your domain password” Emails


Starting late yesterday, and continuing today, we have seen a flood of spoofed e-mail messages coming from support@ with a subject of “Reset your password”, or other similar variants. Please be sure to delete and ignore these e-mails as they are fake. If you hover over the URL without clicking, it’s evident that the link will take you to a 3rd party website. We will always try personally identify ourselves to you in an e-mail like this, so it should help avoid being fooled. 

If you have any questions, or may have leaked any sensitive information, please don’t hesitate to contact our office or your account manager for further assistance.

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