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1-15-2010 @ 1:59PM
I've been getting emails for the past couple of days telling me that my battle.net account has had its password changed. The first time I saw it I freaked out for a second because I know i didn't change it. But only for a second. I have an authenticator so I quickly realized it was a phishing scam.The email looked completely legit and was a word for word copy of what you get when you change the password. They spoofed the from address as well. There were 3 links in the email, 2 of them went to legit blizzard support links and the 3rd went to a .net domain (I can't believe Blizzard didn't grab that domain name). Also when I scanned the headers for the actual submitting domain it was from spoofed armory domain. One of these were registered with Godaddy.com and the other with some other place in china. The GoDaddy resgistration info had all of BLizzard's info in for its contact stuff.Does anyone know how to report this to Godaddy?
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