If you've received a 'Remote Login reminder' email from Hashnest, it means we have detected an access to your account using a foreign IP address and we weren't sure it was really you. To help protect your account, we send you an email when we notice unusual sign-in activity, like an access to sign in from a different location or device.
Unfortunately, sometimes hackers try to copy the 'Remote Login reminder' email to steal other people's account information. Always be wary of messages that ask for personal information like usernames, passwords, or other identification information, or send you to unfamiliar websites asking for this information. To be safe, if you get an email from Hashnest notifying you about suspicious activity, follow the instructions below to change your password if you notice anything unfamiliar.
1. Follow the steps to change your password. How to change password?
After you've done so, if you still wish for Hashnest to freeze your account, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not share your password and account details with anyone.