New phishing emails sent to domain registrants
There is a new phishing attack against domain registrants whose domains are registered with eNom or one of their resellers. As one of their resellers, we want you to be informed so you can protect yourself against these attacks.
This attack is very similar to the attack we wrote about last October and our advice is the same:
- Do not click any links contained in a phishing email.
- Do not reply to the email.
- Do not call any phone numbers listed in the email.
Please let us know if you have any questions at all.
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