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Re: Phishing reports

Brian Lenz ·
Hi Kate, I think it's highly unlikely that the spammers/phishers extracted information from your Eve site. Your Eve database is locked down behind firewalls to prevent any external access. Additionally, we never reveal user email addresses to general users in the user interfaces; only administrators can ever get other users' email addresses. Finally, there have been no known compromises that could have resulted in your database being exposed to untrusted sources. I also have not heard of any...
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Re: Phishing reports

Kate Gardner ·
Thanks for the information, Brian. I will pass this on to our users. Cheers, Kate
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Phishing reports

Kate Gardner ·
Hi there, A quick question for you guys.  Yesterday, a handful of our Eve users reported receiving a phishing email from a company called Sun Trust Security, asking them to verify their account details.  Have you heard of any similar...
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

Dave Dreezer ·
Happy whatever to you too! Never seen that warning from gmail, and the image is broken in your post. Does it give any kind of additional information?
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

ST ·
Hi Dave, Can you see this image? I can see it, and the same one in my original post ST
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

ST ·
I'll try it as an attachment.
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

Dave Dreezer ·
Got it now. Never seen that before. I'll talk to Brian and Jonmark when we get back and see if we can determine what causes that. Is it all of your daily digests? Or just some days?
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

ST ·
Hi Dave, I just set up a test account yesterday. I subscribed it to daily digests. The digest I got today in Gmail did not have the warning. I have asked the member who got the original warning to forward the original email to me. He thinks he may have deleted it, but he will forward any other messages like this. I wonder if the problem was some content in one of the posts in the digest. Here is a link to the topic quoted in the digest. https://www.bosepro.community/...mixer-to-l-1-classic ST
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

Dave Dreezer ·
That's what I was thinking. It's the same email template that all Hoop.las use, and your own site has been using it all along with no issues. There is no link in any of the posts, and there certainly isn't anything there that *I* would think compromises someone's personal information, but the gmail people don't ask me for my opinion.
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Re: Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

ST ·
Hi Dave, I've been monitoring daily digests for the past four days. No problems with gmail. I'll close this one for now. Thanks for your help. ST
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Daily Digest Email triggers "contain content typically used to steal personal information"

ST ·
Hi, Happy whatever you may be celebrating. A customer just sent me this note. Can you fix things so the Daily Digest Email does not trigger this warning in Gmail? Thanks, ST
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