internet security (elaborate con)

  johnnyrocker 14:56 20 Nov 03

In the past 24 hours you may have received a mail from '[email protected]'
with the subject 'Server updating'. This email is not from
and you should not follow any instructions contained within.

The email is part of an elaborate confidence trick. The email contains
a form for you to divulge your card and personal details to an unknown
third party. The form then submits this data (via an intermediary
website) to the unknown party.

We have closed the site in question (relaying this data) and are
working on collating data in order to pass onto the relevant
authorities and organisations where possible.

Please be aware that never asks for either your PIN number or
social security number. In future if you receive any payment request
from a address, double check you are being asked to login to
the top right of click here. The only way we request payment is
securely from our own site. If you are in any doubt always email before proceeding.

Please also note, no personal information on our servers was
compromised. We do not store any credit card details after any purchase.

The team


  MichelleC 17:23 20 Nov 03

Thanks johnny. This'll bump you up.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:39 20 Nov 03

^ for the evenng shift.


  Forum Editor 18:08 20 Nov 03

for the warning. We welcome suppliers who demonstrate this kind of responsible attitude towards their customers.

  johnnyrocker 18:11 20 Nov 03

evening shift is right gandalf


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