We wanted to share this recent security message sent out by RSPA to their members. Please read:
“We are sharing this important information (recognizing that some of you are very familiar with it), but, erring on the side of caution, to help the entire population be more alert:
There has been recent activity from Russia against LogMeIn accounts. It is very important that if you receive anything from “LogMeIn” you review it carefully before clicking anything.
A reminder of the practice to NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR ENTER ANY INFORMATION UNLESS YOU ARE 100% POSITIVE THAT THE EMAIL IS LEGITIMATE.
The first indication that an email is phishing spam is that if you hover over the URL you will see that the website the link is going to is NOT the legitimate person.
A recent example: You would expect a logmein email should be requesting you to go to logmein.com. In this instance the link actually went to ssd-login.com.
People are trying to gain access to credentials. DO NOT be the reason they acquire them.”
Call me if you are in doubt or receive something from Log Me in.
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