Comcast had an unfriendly wake-up call this morning. The site was apparently hacked, and the Comcast.net domain taken over. Earlier this morning Comcast e-mail subscribers were greeted with a message saying the site was under construction, coming soon, according to a report on Product-Reviews.
The Internet service provider has e-mail flowing again, but it stresses the importance of changing your password, and making it more complex than the name of your pet. Maybe now, I’ll lighten up on the IT here when he nudges me to change my password.
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