Just received this from Unstoppable domains. At least they alerted me as in the past no other company has alerted me of a leak and found out myself so hats off for them to try to do the right thing. This is the email. Just expecting more spam mail then I guess
We’re reaching out because we believe your email address was impacted by a recent data security incident at our email vendor, Customer.io. Recently, a Customer.io employee used their access to Customer.io systems to download and share a set of email addresses with an unauthorized third party. We were informed late last night that the data extracted included email addresses that our users and subscribers provided to Unstoppable Domains. Our own systems weren’t impacted as part of this incident, which we understand affected customer data of six customers of Customer.io.
Please exercise caution, and be careful about engaging with any emails or other communications that appear to come from Unstoppable Domains or any of your crypto or NFT providers. Here are some tips to help keep your assets safe:
Never give away your private keys or passwords. We’ll never ask you to share your private keys or passwords with us.
Never download attachments that claim to be from Unstoppable Domains. We’ll never ask you to download anything.
Be cautious when clicking links in emails. Scammers could create copycat sites that look identical to official sites, but with a subtly different URL. Always make sure links are spelled correctly.
Exercise caution on messaging platforms and social media apps. Ignore messages unless you can verify the person is who they say they are.
We currently believe anyone who subscribed to our emails or who made a purchase through Unstoppable Domains may have had their email address exposed. Other than email addresses, we have no reason to believe any other personal information was accessed.
We’re extremely disappointed that this happened and believe it’s important to share this information with you promptly. You can read more information about the security incident on the Customer.io website.