Phishing Attack

Phishing Emails with the PacAcess Support Name

Over the past couple of days, PacAccess customers have been receiving emails addressed to pacaccess subscribers. 

These are attempts to obtain your user name and password.  Please do NOT reply to these messages, they are NOT real, and NOT from anyone at PacAccess.  We are investigating the source of the messages.  If you ever feel that anything coming from PacAccess or CSS Communications is not 100% authenticate, please contact us and do NOT provide any personal information.

Here's an example of the message"


> Dear pacaccess.com Subscriber,
>
> This message is from  pacaccess.com  messaging center to all pacaccess.com
> email account owners. We are currently carrying out an upgrade on our
> system, hence It has come to our notice that one of our subscribers
> Infected our Network with a very strong virus and it is affecting Our
> database. And we are also having congestions due to the anonymous
> registration of accounts, so we are shutting down some (pacaccess.com)
> accounts> and your account was among those needed to be re-updated due to
> this condition.
>
> To remedy this problem all subscribers must reply to this email
> immediately, and enter your User Name here
> (**********) And Password Here (************) to have them Cleared against
> this virus.
>
> Failure to comply will lead to the termination of your Account in the Next
> 48 hours.
>
> Hoping to serve you better.
> Sincerely,
> pacaccess.com Support
> ************************************************************
> This is an Administrative Message from pacaccess.com It is
> Not spam. From time to time, pacaccess.com will send you such Messages in
> order to communicate important information about
> Your subscription.
> ************************************************************