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Swiftpage Support Alert: Reported Malicious Emails and Virus Threat

by on ‎04-08-2014 11:51 AM (5,701 Views)

Swiftpage Nation -
 
We are receiving reports that individuals are receiving malicious e-mails with an infectious virus file attachment. The file is titled to trick the reader into believing it is a sales receipt from Swiftpage.
 
To be clear, these e-mails are NOT originating from Swiftpage and our systems remain secure.  We have not been hacked.
 
Nonetheless, please be extremely careful when viewing e-mails that appear to come from Swiftpage or of its associated domains (@swiftpage.com, @act.com, @saleslogix.com).  Do not open any attachments that are suspect.  When in doubt, delete the e-mail, and contact Swiftpage support at support@swiftpage.com.
 
Further, we advise that you do not open any zip files attached to any e-mail that appears to be addressed from Swiftpage. Delete the email immediately and report it to the support address above.
 
We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Thank you for your patience while we investigate this issue further.
 

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