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Anyone get an email re password info?


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Hi there

Just received an email from GtoG about someone trying to retrieve my password on here :tazz: Anyone else had this? Thanks for the heads up though :)
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I will let one of the administrators know, but I have never heard of this. :tazz:
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I will let one of the administrators know, but I have never heard of this. :tazz:

Blimey, really? Well, I still have the email if anyone wants to see it.
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It is going to be just phishing, but we would definately like to take a look at this.

Please click this link

Copy and paste the information from the email into that PM box.

Thanks

ScHwErV :tazz:
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Copy of email sent via that link :)

Perhaps I should change my password then ...

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Don't worry about it. Your username is probably pretty common, and someone here thought they had registered with it, but forgot the password. When they clicked on the "forgot password" link, an email was sent to the email address that you used when registering. Without this email, they can't do anything, so it's no security risk.
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