JobStreet advises to reset password after claims of info leak

Louie Diangson, writing for Yugatech;

JobStreet has sent emails to its users advising them to reset their password after a post on a Malaysian online forum claim to have JobStreet.com account information.

I received the same email, since I have not used or open my Jobstreet account for as long as I can remember, I just deleted the email. Retrieving it from the “Deleted mailbox”, here’s the full text of the email.

Important Security Info for JobStreet.com Users

We are writing to inform you about a post on a Malaysian online forum claiming to have JobStreet.com account information.

Upon being alerted of the claim, we immediately activated our security processes to further secure your account information and investigate the issue.

As a precautionary measure, we also advise you to reset your password immediately. Please do this via the link.

Even though we have no evidence to suggest that your account was accessed, as good practice we recommend that you do not respond to any suspicious communications. If you have questions, please contact our Customer Care or email info-ph@jobstreet.com.

Protecting the privacy and security of your information is our utmost priority and we are continuously enhancing our platform to prevent unauthorised access.

Suresh Thiru

Bad Behavior has blocked 1428 access attempts in the last 7 days.