Epsilon System Hacked: Has Your E-Mail Been Stolen?
I know mine must have been, I received eight different emails from various companies that my email information was exposed due to the Epsilon hacking incident. I wonder how many of you got that same message? United retail group, Best Buy, Target and College Board all sent me Epsilon warning notifications in one day. We use a specific email just for any online transactions, but it doesn't help. Ultimately, we cannot have a throwaway email. We actually need some of the information companies send when we buy stuff online. For instance, at the Apple store, they email us our receipts, well, I need those receipts. I need the entrance ticket to the SAT test for my daughter, I need the concert tickets and boarding passes. There has to be a secure email associated with my banking and shopping where I can receive notifications if there is a problem. This past month, I have received three emails from friends that were clearly not from them, they were hacked and now I have changed all my passwords again in case they start getting some from me. I send out quite a few emails, I know that may be weird in this world of texting, but it is how schools get work done. I do not need people scared to open my emails. I have eleven email accounts and have started just opening them all on my phone, rather than on my computer, I can handle a virus on my phone easier. The sprint store is closer than the Apple store. Haha! Meanwhile, I just keep changing my passwords and trying to stay ahead of the hackers.