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The Replica Prop Forum (RPF) was hacked a couple of days ago, and it's been
a severe one.  If you have an RPF account and use the same password
anywhere else, you should change it immediately!

The hacker(s) have a backup of the RPF's database from around Christmas
time, so even logging at THE RPF.COM and deleting or changing info won't do
any good.  If you had PMs there with personal info such as email addresses,
account, passwords, etc, , you might as well consider them "comprimised"
and take immeditate action (changing passwords, etc)


This is a copy of RPF staff member Montagar's post/signature:

*******VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE*******

DO NOT USE -WWW.THERPF.COM or THERPF.COM

ONLY USE -WWW.THEREPLICAPROPFORUM.COM

There is a FAKE SITE at -www.therpf.com

They have your password (with a little work), regardless of whether you
have logged into the fake site or not. So you need to change your
password... AND PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU SEE -www.thereplicapropforum.com
in your address bar when you change your password.

We do not know the extent of what they have and don't have, so just assume
that they have EVERYTHING (passwords, email address, pm's, etc).

ALSO, not everyone will see the fake site yet... it can take up to 48 hours
for the DNS changes to propagate... so please just stop using/testing
therpf.com at all.



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NOT COOL!sad.gif  Stone, I believe I do have an account there, but I rarely go on their site.  I think it's probably been several weeks since I viewed anything on the site at all, & it's been like forever since I actually last logged in.  Should I be concerned?unsure.gif



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Yes, be concerned. But if you have not ever exchanged money via Paypal with any of the members giving out that information then the threat is fairly low. But changing your passwords on a regular basis is always a good idea on any password protected site.   



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