A well crafted phishing email has been circulating which appears to be from ASIC. This is fake.  Phishing is a method where scammers will send legitimate looking emails requesting you to provide your username and password into what appears to be a legitimate form. This is what the email looks like:

fake asic email

As general advice, do not click on any link which asks for your username and password. For important sites, always go direct to the website itself and ensure that you have typed it in correctly. You will also note that the email is generic and does not contain your name nor any details which will help to identify it as legitimate.

The email has been well crafted so that it passes through initial spam filters. We have submitted the information off so that major spam filters will soon detect it. If you haven't clicked on the link, please just delete the email. 

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