Reply to post: Re: Actual e-mail received from Talk Talk

Chaos at TalkTalk: Data was 'secure', not all encrypted, we took site down, were DDoSed

Whiskers

Re: Actual e-mail received from Talk Talk

I got that email too. In HTML only - no seperate text-only part - with plenty of 'remote images' and clickable links, all to http:// URLs not https:// so anyone who's looking at their web traffic will now be able to collect even more information about their customers. (Not from me of course - my email client extracts plain text from HTML and ignores the rest).

TalkTalk only provide my landline telephone service, using BT infrastructure not 'LLU' - they aren't my ISP and never have been. Looks as though I'll be changing telco sometime soon ...

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