Phishing Mail von Blizzard

Folgende Mail habe ich gerade in meinem Postfach gefunden:

Greetings,

We have reason to believe that your account may have been compromised using a Key Logger or Trojan virus .

To secure your account, paste this link into your browser:

http://us.battle.net.security-options.net/Battle.net%20Account%20Login.asp?topicId=6036981286&sid=1

We also recommend you follow the steps outlined in the following post on how to clean infected systems:

http://us.battle.net/thread.html?topicId=5383442401&sid=1

Please note that Key Loggers and Trojan viruses send information about your passwords to other people and should be considered a serious threat to the integrity of your system.

These details are not limited to World of Warcraft; keyloggers routinely steal online banking information where possible and any other personal details they can find. If steps are not taken to remove any possible programs from your computer, it is highly probable that your account will become compromised once more.

Once you have taken these steps please change the password you are using for your World of Warcraft account and your registered email address, as it is highly likely that if your computer was infected with a password stealing virus or Trojan, that this password has also been stolen.

To further protect your account you may also wish to consider purchasing a Blizzard Authenticator and attaching it to this account:

Blizzard Physical Authenticator:
http://us.battle.net/store/details.html?id=221003617

Battle.Net Authenticator for Ipod/I-touch:
https://us.battle.net/account/support/mobile-auth-download.html

Mobile Authenticator for phones:
http://mobile.blizzard.com

Regards,

English Game Master Team
Blizzard
http://us.battle.net/en/support/

Diese Mail wurde an meine im battle.net eingetragene EMail Adresse geschickt. Absender war auf den ersten Blick [email protected] Daraufhin habe ich aber erstmal nach einem Teil der Mail gegoogelt und direkt andere Betroffene gefunden die etwas weiter geguckt haben. Nämlich in die erweiterten Kopfzeilen der Mail. Und darin konnte man sehen das die Mail in Wirklichkeit von hier kam: [email protected]

Also Fake und nur ein Phishing Versuch.. glücklicherweise 🙂

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