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    Hosting company describes security scare aimed at Bitcoin accounts

    Date27 Mar 2014
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    3610
    Posted ByAlex
    On Sunday morning, Nate Daiger, one of the owners of a small Los Angeles-based hosting company Chunk Host, received an odd email on his phone. The email came from SendGrid, a company used by Chunk Host to send its email. SendGrid specializes in ensuring an organization's legitimate emails get through and aren't mistakenly picked off by spam filters.
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