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Topic # 151228 18-Aug-2014 15:55
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Got this phishing e-mail today as if WxC does not know my name, and the link points to http://emupunit.publishpath.com/:

Attn: Email User,   An attempt was made to login/use your email account on an unusual activities via an unknown computer. To avoid loosing of your email account you are advice to update your email, CLICK HERE

[Moderator edit (MF): removed hyperlink to phishing]




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  Reply # 1110611 18-Aug-2014 16:16
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If you pay some money to my Nigerian Uncle, I'll sort it out for you ;-)



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  Reply # 1110631 18-Aug-2014 16:29
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I have enough family in South Africa that run sort-it-out businesses...




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  Reply # 1113209 22-Aug-2014 06:39
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And today I get an e-mail from \xnet.co.nz <ate@aucegypt.edu> informing me my cswnet.com account is temporally suspended and thanking me for my "anticipated co-operation".  I guess it does work with some people.  Just wondering if WxC would consider a service where you forward this kind of account phishing spam to them to get it blocked?  That would help with keeping their user's account safer.




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