Hackers managed to use Namecheap’s inbox to send phishing emails to the company’s customers.

Namecheap users flocked to Twitter to warn of scams that masquerade as DHL or the hot cryptocurrency wallet, MetaMask. The DHL emails claimed that victims had to pay a delivery fee to receive the package, while the MetaMask email encouraged victims to complete the KYC (Know Your Customer) process or lose access to their wallets.

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