Looks like some party is attempting to ferret out Steam user information.
"Never send out your username and password to anyone.
This should be commonly known but in regards to this mail I thought I should mention it here again.
So if you get a mail like the one below, just delete it and don't pay any attention to it."
quote:From: "Steam" < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Reply-To: "Steam" < email@example.com >
To: "---@hotmail.com" < ---@hotmail.com >
Subject: Please validate your Steam Account
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 21:39:45 +1100
Dear Steam User,
In order to continue using Steam you must validate your account by
forwarding this message to Steamfirstname.lastname@example.org.
You must include your account information in this format in the message:
Username: (your Steam username)
E-Mail: (the email you registered your account to.)
Password: (the password you used to log in to your Steam account.)
Our database will be formatted soon, due to some damage caused by some
users. We will need to record our active users and add them to our database
You must validate your account within 30 days or eles your account will
get closed. Thank you for your co-operation, Best regards, Steam
account Managing Team. "
|Tuesday, November 30, 2004