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Many people have been receiving emails from <[email protected]claiming that your Tribot account has been locked for security  reasons.

Don't panic.

Most likely someone using a database leak from a different site.
If you don't use the same password at multiple sites and/or have 2 factor authentication enabled, you have nothing to worry about.
Email is legitimate, means that TRiBot security has blocked the unauthorized attempts, no need to worry or change your password.

 

 

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Yeah the links fine, it just takes you to reset your password on this site. There was a powerbot database leak. I would probably change your password if you are getting this message, although it's unclear if they are using your correct tribot password and it's being blocked, or if it's just a login attempt from there.

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4 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

Yeah the links fine, it just takes you to reset your password on this site. There was a powerbot database leak. I would probably change your password if you are getting this message, although it's unclear if they are using your correct tribot password and it's being blocked, or if it's just a login attempt from there.

Thanks again, for the input! Can never be too safe. :)

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1 hour ago, FALSkills said:

I don't think that's a phishing link...

 

1 hour ago, zdogg said:

Whatever it is, i'm simply warning the community!

Thanks for the input :)

 

1 hour ago, FALSkills said:

Yeah the links fine, it just takes you to reset your password on this site. There was a powerbot database leak. I would probably change your password if you are getting this message, although it's unclear if they are using your correct tribot password and it's being blocked, or if it's just a login attempt from there.

 

33 minutes ago, leoshiro said:

i got the same, the login was from sweden

 

any of u that tried to login my acc, i hope ur whole family die

 

12 minutes ago, lilelf said:

just got the same email..lol

 

Do you use PowerBot? Mine had attempted access from Amsterdam, North Holland, 1091, Netherlands on 29th, and I only use the email for TRiBot.

 

@TRiLeZ @Usa @Todd

 

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I have had the same email, someone from Sweden is going ham trying to get our tribot accounts. Man needs to get himself a real job 

@YoHoJo i looks like there is a mass hacking attempt. Anything admins could do? - the emails and disabling accounts is a good feature though, thanks 

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1 minute ago, chachacha said:

I have had the same email, someone from Sweden is going ham trying to get our tribot accounts. Man needs to get himself a real job 

I am going to assume this was a bruteforce attempt considering nobody has actually accessed our accounts, the differing locations and the fact that our emails aren't used to sign in and I only used the email for TRiBot.

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Most likely someone using a database leak from a different site.
If you don't use the same password at multiple sites and/or have 2 factor authentication enabled, you have nothing to worry about.
Email is legitimate, means that TRiBot security has blocked the unauthorized attempts, no need to worry or change password.

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20 minutes ago, Todd said:

Seems like it's somebody using the old powerbot database. If you've changed your password since 2014 you should be fine.

1 minute ago, YoHoJo said:

Most likely someone using a database leak from a different site.
If you don't use the same password at multiple sites and/or have 2 factor authentication enabled, you have nothing to worry about.
Email is legitimate, means that TRiBot security has blocked the unauthorized attempts, no need to worry or change password.

I've never had one and even if I did it wouldn't have been under this username or email address. I've just tried the wrong password on my account and I didn't get an email. Do you only get the email if they have the correct password or something?

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1 minute ago, Dukat said:

I've never had one and even if I did it wouldn't have been under this username or email address. I've just tried the wrong password on my account and I didn't get an email. Do you only get the email if they have the correct password or something?

You have to fail it multiple times.

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1 minute ago, Dukat said:

I've never had one and even if I did it wouldn't have been under this username or email address. I've just tried the wrong password on my account and I didn't get an email. Do you only get the email if they have the correct password or something?

Looks to be 3 failed attempts, from an IP/location differing from your usual.

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5 hours ago, zdogg said:

Just imagine if Jagex upped their game and tried to get the e-mails of everyone using this website! 

lol that would be pretty bad.

They already did that. I received a legal letter from Jagex back when I was active on RSCA (iNexus). They threatened to add you to the lawsuit against RSCA  if you kept botting. Good times.

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