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Be on the Alert if you get a similar email from your domain registrar.

The following is an email I received today.

This is a phishing  email  and if you get it  then  DO NOT click on the link.

by placing your mouse over the link you will see added  at the end of  the site url is the following  .sys55.biz

However they could be using  numerouse  domains so be carefull if the url ends  with .com.xxxx.xxx (xxxx.xxx being  some other domain name) then report it.

Network solutions are aware of it and have a warning  on their support page that they and several other  domain registrars clients are under attack.

If you get one send it to the appropriate registrar so they can get their legal people on to it to get the domain closed down

  

Dear Network Solutions® Customer,

On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 10:24:04 -0300 we received a third party complaint of invalid domain contact information in the Whois database for this domain. Whenever we receive a complaint, we are required by ICANN regulations to initiate an investigation as to whether the contact data displaying in the Whois database is valid data or not. If we find that there is invalid or missing data, we contact both the registrant and the account holder and inform them to update the information.

Please note: ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) regulations state that the WHOIS Administrative Contact may initiate and approve domain name registration transfers from your Network Solutions account to other Registrars. If you are not listed as the WHOIS Administrative Contact a transfer can occur without your knowledge if Domain Protect is not enabled for the domain name registrations listed above.

To change the WHOIS Administrative Contact Information for any of your domains, please login to Account Manager:

   1. Log in to Account Manager at: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx url removed for safety
   2. Click on the "Profile & Accounts" tab in the left navigation menu to be taken to a page listing your account details.
   3. Click on "Accounts" and select the account you wish to edit.
   4. Click "View/Edit WHOIS Contacts" to make your updates.


If you believe someone requested this change without your consent, please contact Customer Service.

If you would like to order additional services or to update your account, please visit us online.

Thank you for choosing Network Solutions. We are committed to providing you with the solutions, services, and support to help you succeed online.


Sincerely,

Network Solutions® Customer Support      

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Gopakumar R  Oct 16th, 2010
Thanks for the warning.

Ivy Jane  May 14th, 2010
i received emails like this all the time! But I do not even bother clicking on it. Every time I received emails like that I searched it on google or yahoo to see if it is legit or not.

BrendanDalley  Nov 30th, 2008
I am always amazed at these viruses. Thank you for the update, all of you. You input is much appreciated. I have had the unfortunate event of losing my whole hard drive from a virus.

Thanks,
Brendan Dalley

Ashok  Nov 2nd, 2008
Thanks BJ yesterday I also received an email about my account blocked in one of my web site but I didn't clicked the link,so my account is safe.Lol.

pplcheryl63  Oct 31st, 2008
Hopefully this will make people aware that not only individuals but businesses also fall victim to identity theft.

Bjantiques  Oct 31st, 2008
well i forwarded mine to abuse@ with full headers and a little note saying I hope this helps you catch the SOB and put them behind bars.

peaceful  Oct 31st, 2008
Thanks, BJ... This is a new attempt, but like those before it it has all of the marks to look out for, especially when you are familiar with ICANN security protocols-- A lot of folks, don't even know what a real ICANN missive looks like and that allows the scammers to "socially engineer" their emails to trap the unwary...


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