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April 03, 2013, 12:45:30 AM
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I just received the following message at my Mt.Gox email address. It looks like it was sent via mailgun.org. Has anybody else received this? Is it just random chance?

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Dear User,

We stated when you registered an account with us that accessing your
account via the Tor network and/or public proxies can lead to a temporary
suspension of your account, and having to submit AML documents to us.

You are recieving this e-mail because we suspect you of accessing
your account via the Tor network and/or public proxies.

To prevent your account from being suspended you are now required to
verify your account you must do this from your home network, without the
use of the Tor network and/or public proxies.

Click here to begin the verification process.

Best regards,
Mt.Gox team
info@mtgox.com
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April 03, 2013, 12:56:25 AM
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I received this last week. It leads to a page that attempts to use javascript to mine btc
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