18 Oct '15, 2am

Warning: New GoDaddy phishing portal most convincing so far

Warning: New GoDaddy phishing portal most convincing so far

“*ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, requires that all domain registrars maintain correct and current WHOIS contact data for domain owners. You have registered one or more domains from Godaddy Inc. and verification of the Registrant email address is required for these domain name(s) to remain active. Please click the link below to verify the email address. If you don’t verify your email address, we’re required to temporarily put your website on hold until verification is complete.* Please cut-and-paste the following URL into an open web browser to complete the verification process:”

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