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got a mail with * Ur password has been stolen * as subject


I got the following mail.  Is it a hoax or some team is really trying to crack
my system?

-- mks --

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Subject: Ur password has been stolen
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 Ur password has been stolen by our team. 

               U may be wondering what may be our aim ..  .. without changing
the password, we r just warning and leaving the password to the owner itself..

We r the team who keep on try to find loopholes.

We hope u will maintain ur password so that u will not receive this kind of
mail again.

Ur password enemy,
Password Crack Team