Hi, I thought you might all want to know about this: I've received an eMail asking me to click on a link to my registrar and alter whois data for a domain I own. My registrar is 123-reg , but of course it could apply to any registrar. I should say that I have no doubt that 123-reg did not send this message. The text is as follows, my details edited out: Dear Valued Customer, ICANN, the organization responsible for the stability of the Internet, requires that each domain name registrant be given the opportunity to correct any inaccurate contact data (WHOIS data) associated with a domain name registration. Our records for your domain are as follows: <<DOMAIN HERE>> <<WHOIS DETAILS HERE>> Registration Service Provider: PIPEX Communications Uk Ltd, firstname.lastname@example.org +44.115-917-0000 http://www.123-reg.co.uk/ This company may be contacted for domain login/passwords, DNS/Nameserver changes, and general domain support questions. Record last updated on 01-Sep-2005. Record expires on 31-Aug-2008. Record created on 31-Aug-2005. Domain servers in listed order: NS.123-REG.CO.UK NS2.123-REG.CO.UK Domain status: REGISTRAR-LOCK To review and update your WHOIS contact information, please log into our management interface at: https://www.123-reg.co.uk/secure/ If any of the information above is inaccurate, you should correct it. If all of the information above is accurate, you do not need to take any action. Please remember that under the terms of your registration agreement, the provision of false WHOIS information can be grounds for cancellation of your domain name registration. If you have any questions or comments regarding ICANN's policy, please contact them directly at email@example.com. Thank you for your attention. Best regards, PIPEX Communications Uk Ltd NOTE: Please do NOT reply to this message. This is an outgoing message only. Of course I'll be forwarding it to 123-Reg. Anyone seen anything like this before? Mike.