Hey William I received this email today and to my eye it looks
very suspect. I did find confirmation on your website that it is legit: https://www.red-gate.com/products/dba/sql-monitor/entrypage/security-vulnerability-october-2018?_hsenc=p2ANqtz-97lQw3tt0suK3nMLAp3VN8zzIu5Ct1J7DDYs05efPgPd4NVY3JSuZPbj02ZVKN6D94EWGgvdIJsaRapf4T1Dp9lMqotp8yO5bWEpDt2GbGSDe4Hs4&_hsmi=66718880&_ga=2.130576393.783027082.1539702323-301011559.1538759718
But let me point out some concerns:
Now when looking at the header information it does look this
came from your email servers and I did find in your support forums
conversations about the email which directed me to the above url.
While the below email is personalized with my name that could simply
be a case of your customer db being compromised (which thankfully isn’t the
I hope that you folks will give more thought into how your
format these types of notifications going forward.
Does anyone know in what version of SQL Monitor this security vulnerability was introduced?
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