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Be careful of fake emails pretending to be from Apple

We have found fake emails pretending to be from "Apple <security@appleemail.com>"
We think they have not been sent from Apple.

From: security@appleemail.com
Subject: iTunes password reset

Hi sir,
Your iTunes password was reset using this email address on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 1:40am (UTC).
Operating system: Windows Browser: Chrome IP address: aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd Estimated location: Japan, 08, EN
If you did this, you can safely disregard this email. If you didn't do this, please secure your account.
Thanks, The Apple Security Team

From: security@appleemail.com
Subject: Attention ! Your iTines account will be suspended

Validate your account information.
Dear iTunes Customer, This is an automatic message sent by our security system to let you know that you have 48 hours to confirm your account information.
To validate your account information associated with your Apple ID, please
Visit the My Apple ID website
This will help protect your account in the future. This process does not take more than 3 minutes.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Your sincerely, Apple Security Department

Inputting easily your information through the URL or emails leads to the misuse of your accounts. Never enter your Apple ID and password on this website.

If you entered your Apple ID and password, please change them quickly through the Apple official web site.

Last-Modified: July 10, 2015

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