The password for my login is being change at Network Solutions. You should do the same.
Just go to http://netsol.comand try to login and then do a password reset like I just did.
"Top domain name registrars NetworkSolutions.com,
Register.com and Web.com are asking customers to reset their passwords after discovering
an intrusion in August 2019 in which customer account information was accessed,"
reports security researcher Brian Krebs: "On October 16, 2019, Web.com
determined that a third-party gained unauthorized access to a limited number of
its computer systems in late August 2019, and as a result, account information
may have been accessed," Web.com said in
a written statement. "No credit card data was compromised as a result
of this incident." The Jacksonville, Fla.-based Web.com said the
information exposed includes "contact details such as name, address, phone
numbers, email address and information about the services that we offer to a
given account holder...."
Both Network Solutions and Register.com are owned by Web.com. Network Solutions is now the world's fifth-largest domain name registrar, with almost seven million domains in its stable, according to domainstate.com; Register.com listed at #17 with 1.7 million domains.... Web.com said it has reported the incident to law enforcement and hired an outside security firm to investigate further, and is in the process of notifying affected customers through email and via its website....
Web.com wasn't clear how long the intrusion lasted, but if the breach wasn't detected until mid-October that means the intruders potentially had about six weeks inside unnoticed. That's a long time for an adversary to wander about one's network, and plenty of time to steal a great deal more information than just names, addresses and phone numbers.
All the Best,
Andy, MBA Technology Management, Bachelor’s Computer Systems Engineering
Mountain Computers Inc.
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