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Re: DynDNS Hacked?
I'm also receiving phishing emails at my unique email@example.com alias. If DynDns has really been hacked and personal information has been leaked, aren't they legally obligated to inform affected users? As a DNS provider, they hold much more personal information than just email addresses.
Incidentally, his is the third time in as many years that I've found out about a data breach using these aliases- in both of the previous cases, the companies had no idea until I called. But they were both mom-and-pop shops, so I wasn't very surprised that they were hacked. Dyndns is a horse of a different color...