Posted 22 August 2007 - 08:26 PM
I received an email titled "Reset your Windows Live password" from "Microsoft Customer Support" <firstname.lastname@example.org> that said:
We received your request to reset your Windows Live password. To
confirm your request and reset your password, follow the instructions below.
Confirming your request helps prevent unauthorized access to your
Puzzles me because I haven't even used MSN/Hotmail in months. I didn't request that my password be reset.
It also says:
If you didn't request that your password be reset, please follow the
instructions below to cancel your request.
Since I don't know who submitted the request or sent the email, I'm kinda afraid to click on the links provided.
What should I do?