Microsoft, Amazon, Netflix and others use a ‘sham’ service to steal passwords

The following email was sent to me from an email account belonging to a person with the name of a person who uses a pseudonym.

The sender does not respond to emails, and I am not able to find the email account in the system.

If you are a journalist who has a similar account, you can contact the sender.

The email was not sent by the sender of this email.

In the message, the sender complains about a vulnerability in the way email messages are sent.

The vulnerability is described in detail in the vulnerability disclosure document that Microsoft released yesterday.

The vulnerabilities are listed as CVE-2017-1212, CVE-2018-0232, CVE (1) 2018-09846 and CVE- 2018-1043.

The disclosure of these vulnerabilities allows a remote attacker to obtain confidential information by sending a message that contains a specially crafted message containing a specially-crafted payload.

For more information about the vulnerabilities, see Microsoft Critical Patch Update (CPU) 20180226.

To learn more about the Microsoft vulnerability disclosure process, see the Microsoft Vulnerability Information Center (CVE) FAQ.

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