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Ashampoo


orsta

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This is for information only.

I have just received an email from Ashampoo regarding an attempt at data theft from one of their servers.

Full story at http://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd/dth

clemo

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northumbria61

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Got the same yesterday - believed to be spam.

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northumbria61

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Now read full explanation by Ashampoo from your link. Info I had yesterday was that it was believed to be spam. Thanks for the link.

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orsta

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"Got the same yesterday - believed to be spam"

Didn't think of that.

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lotvic

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It's not spam, there is a notice about it on their Support Page ClickHere

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a member

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if its not spam ,how come I got the same email from them , I have never dealt with them ,not purchased or signed up with them or used trial software . to add to that ,the email address they contacted me on was only setup a few weeks earlier and I set it up for personal use only ,only a few friend were given it .

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muddypaws

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I run their Defrag and I am registered under a Gmail address. I have no mails there about the hack so it seems like spam into my OE.

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