IMPORTANT: SCAM E-Mail to TRAP Bluepark Clients
It has just been brought to my attention that a Bluepark client has received the following email, the sender's address has been spoofed to look like it was sent officially by us:
We would like to know how many of our clients have received such an email, please reply on this thread if you have received one.
Bluepark Solutions is hereby announcing a new upgrade for Content Management Systems.
We've upgraded our new SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption servers to serve our customers for a better and secure system service.
Due to this recent upgrade, you are requested to update your account information by following the link below.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
Please understand that this is a security measure that is meant to help protect you and your account.
Most importantly you are advised to complete every section accordingly without leaving a part out.
We apologize for any inconveniencies.
If you choose to ignore our request, your account may be suspended temporarily.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should you enter any details on the site the link leads to. It presents you with a Bluepark Admin Console login which looks very much like your own. The scammers want you to enter your login details so that they can access your live site, they cannot do this if you do not follow the link.
IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE FOLLOWED SUCH A LINK, CHANGE YOUR ADMIN CONSOLE PASSWORDS IMMEDIATELY VIA THE ADMIN MANAGER.
We NEVER send emails of this kind to our clients. We will NEVER ask for your login details. Any request for action on your part will be made via the Latest Updates system within the Admin Console.
ONLY EVER ACCESS YOUR ADMIN CONSOLE VIA THE LINK IN YOUR FAVOURITES. Never click on a link in an unsolicited email of this kind. Use the Address Bar of your Internet browser to check that the address of the site you're logging into is your OWN site, not anyone else's.
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