[LINK] ICANN phishing

Kim Holburn kim at holburn.net
Fri Oct 27 16:15:42 AEST 2006

On 2006 Oct 27, at 3:57 PM, Richard Chirgwin wrote:

> And the headers say?

As you can see it's not really conclusive (I've changed my info).

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> Kim Holburn wrote:
>> I have received a number of emails from Domain registrars  
>> purporting to be on behalf of ICANN and asking me to log into my  
>> registrar and check the details of my domains.
>> I am a bit taken aback that Domain registrars would send stuff  
>> like this because these are so like phishing emails.  I can't see  
>> how this can be good in the long run.

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