WARNING: YouTubers Are Receiving Fake YouTube Emails

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I received the above email last night that almost looks official, but after looking at it closer, it’s obviously a phishing attack.

The “Sender” obviously isn’t a true YouTube email address. And the link goes somewhere I don’t even want to decipher.

So if you’re a YouTuber, or know someone who is, pass this warning along.


Older: "SawStop's new Service Portal loo..."


Now you can comment as a Guest!

You won't receive email notifications of my replies, though.

  • Use any name.
  • Use test@example.com for your email address.
  • “Check” all the boxes. Since you’re using a fake email address, it doesn’t matter what you agree to. 😛

I’ll have to approve your comment, but as long as you’re not spamming me, that’s no problem. Just remember that I do sleep sometimes, or I might be in the workshop, so I might not approve it right away.