Readers just beware new spam that just looks like your Outlook.com account has been deactivated and in order to activate it again they ask you click on a link which looks it came from mail.live.com/restoreaccount.jsp. If you look there first of all that links says mail.live.com, which is actually outlook.com or Hotmail.com URL that will list your emails after you login into. There are two issues with that link, first of all if you notice the page is restoreaccount.jsp, which is a Java Server Page, and I don’t think Microsoft uses Java. Even if they use, just type that URL (don’t click) http://mail.live.com/restoreaccount.jsp, it loads a page that is nothing but HTTP 404: File or Directory not found. Ok, if you dared and clicked on that link it redirects you to http://i-portal.asia/demo/logs/hotmail.com/ and the page just looks like Hotmail login screen. There if you enter without thinking for a second and enter your account name and password, they have it and will spam you. Ok, if you go to http://i-portal.asia, it takes you to a page where you see AstraZeneca logo and a registration page.

If you look at WHOIS database of this domain, you will notice that it is registered to PING Healthcare Pte Ltd., Singapore registered through GoDaddy.com, you could read the complete registration page here: http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=i-portal.asia&prog_id=GoDaddy 

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  1. Bad stuff indeed. I say use one of those spare cruise missiles and take them out. Shouldn’t cost Microsoft any more than a well produced commercial. And well worth it. Actually would make a good, “we got your back” Outlook commercial.

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