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Someone in Russia just tried to brute force my account.

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So I just got an email from razer telling me that someone, with this ip 31.28.107.74,  just tried to login to my account alot. I'm confused as to why they would even want into that account, I havent used it in quite awhile. I changed the password regardless, but still...

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It's not necessarily that someone is targeting you. There might just be some dictionary attacks happening, testing out common password.

 

Or what are you asking here? What answer are you looking for?

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Just now, jj9987 said:

It's not necessarily that someone is targeting you. There might just be some dictionary attacks happening, testing out common password.

 

Or what are you asking here? What answer are you looking for?

Idk, just making it known that there's shit happening

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3 different things I can think of

 

1) Hit "view details" and make sure it's actually from Razor, this seems like a well constructed phishing email with a page that'll steal your username/password behind the password reset link.
It makes you think you're compromised, until you actually are.

 

2) Also worth checking https://haveibeenpwned.com/ 

If you have been, anything that uses that same password as the Razor account is likely compromised so it'd be good to change ALL of those passwords.

 

3) VPN user?? I get a lot of these notices when I play around with my VPN lol

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1 minute ago, Chronified said:

3 different things I can think of

 

1) Hit "view details" and make sure it's actually from Razor, this seems like a well constructed phishing email with a page that'll steal your username/password behind the password reset link.
It makes you think you're compromised, until you actually are.

 

2) Also worth checking https://haveibeenpwned.com/ 

If you have been, anything that uses that same password as the Razor account is likely compromised so it'd be good to change ALL of those passwords.

 

3) VPN user?? I get a lot of these notices when I play around with my VPN lol

I am, but I never use my razer account, and even when I do, I don't use it on my phone, where I use VPNs

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3 minutes ago, Chronified said:

3 different things I can think of

 

1) Hit "view details" and make sure it's actually from Razor, this seems like a well constructed phishing email with a page that'll steal your username/password behind the password reset link.
It makes you think you're compromised, until you actually are.

 

2) Also worth checking https://haveibeenpwned.com/ 

If you have been, anything that uses that same password as the Razor account is likely compromised so it'd be good to change ALL of those passwords.

 

3) VPN user?? I get a lot of these notices when I play around with my VPN lol

Looks to be real

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3 minutes ago, Chaos Network said:

Idk, just making it known that there's shit happening

Stuff like happens every day :P

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That is 100% a phishing email like @Chronified suggested.

My reasoning

1) it has a sense of urgency, so you would click that link(oh no your account is locked for 20min, but if you click that link it magically gets unlocked)

2) it doesnt mention your username anywhere in the email(that is the biggest reason i think it is phishing)

3) Futile attempts? 

4) someone tried to log in a lot with random passwords, so we locked your account. That much is logical. But what the f does changing your password have to do with anything? Why does changing your password open the account?

So either phishing, or very badly designed corporate email. If this is legit, then razer should learn from paypals emails.

I only see your reply if you @ me.

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