An Ofcom spokesperson said:
“Some people have received an email that appears to have come from Ofcom spectrum licensing. The email has not been sent by Ofcom – it is a hoax and should be treated as spam and deleted. We have not experienced a breach of our data or systems, and we are investigating as a priority.”
Fake emails purporting to be from Ofcom Spectrum Licensing have been sent to lots of radio hams.
A number of Register readers have been in touch to say that they have received an email supposedly from the address firstname.lastname@example.org ….
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