[LINK] ICANN phishing
kim at holburn.net
Fri Oct 27 16:38:30 AEST 2006
On 2006 Oct 27, at 4:13 PM, Howard Lowndes wrote:
> Are they asking you to log in (OK), or "click here to log in" (BAD)?
Click here to log in with a "special" URL.
> Please take a moment to <a href="http://info1.networksolutions.com/
> h/IIDY5/GDXXG/ID/HSB1LE?a1= EW463N&a2=me at mycompany.com.au"
> >review your WHOIS information</A> associated with each of the
> domain names you currently have registered with us. If your WHOIS
> information has changed or is inaccurate please follow the
> instructions listed on the "WHOIS Review" page (you'll see this
> page when you click the review link above) to update
> it. If your WHOIS information is correct, you do not need to take
> any action. <BR>
> You may review the ICANN policy <a href="http://
> 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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