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Old 24 Feb 2018, 04:36 AM   #1
FredOnline
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Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Manchester UK
Posts: 2,084
Gandi Phishing Alert

I just received this e-mail message from Gandi:

On February 21st, we were made aware that a massive phishing attack was
underway, that was designed to steal your login and credit card
information. This attack takes the form of a fradulent email sent to our
customers from a gandi.net email address, that has the subject "Vous
avez une dette de 5.00 ".

This mail contains a link that sends unsuspecting users to a page where
they log in and proceed to payment. If you have received this email, do
not click on the link within it.

If you have ignored and deleted this email, you have nothing more to do.

If you unfortunately went to the page linked in the email, you should
consider that your password has been stolen and in now in the hands of
whoever launched this attack. We strongly urge you to log into your
Gandi account by going directly to https://www.gandi.net in your browser
and change your password as soon as possible.

If you made any payment on the site linked to in this attack's email, we
also strongly urge you to contact your bank without delay, who will be
able to give you more information on how to proceed with mitigating the
impact this incident may have on your bank account.
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