Hack Notice

Hack Notice: Japan Post

Japan Post

Source
https://www.post.japanpost.jp/notification/productinformation/2020/0214_02.html
Description
About unintended email transmission from our email account February 14, 2020 There was unauthorized access to the domain @ jp-international.jp of the email call held by japan Post. From February 6 (Thu) to 7 (Fri) 2020, about 4,000 It was discovered on February 7 (Fri) that unintended emails were being sent. Immediately exchange the login parole of the e-mail and cut off the connection with the outside. At present, we are also investigating the attempt method, the cause, the details of the damage, etc. with external experts. Until now, there has been no inquiry from the person who received the email. Although we are paying close attention to information security, such as preventing unauthorized access, we accept this situation seriously and will continue to strengthen information security measures. We deeply apologize for any inconvenience this may hold caused to those receiving the email.

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