Possible security breach

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  • Ty Warner-Yee

    Yes, it's really from spitfire.  It's a demo of a new library that's coming out later this month.  

    I downloaded it and it's safe/sounds really cool.  Also, they announced the email/demos on their instagram if you still feel weary.


    https://www.instagram.com/spitfireaudio/ - first pic on their instagram is a screenshot of the email.

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  • Robert Wheeler

    Thanks for the info.

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  • Ben

    Yes, this is really from us. Enjoy the demo!

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  • Robert Wheeler

    Ben, I appreciate your confirmation. Many online safety guides advise us to avoid clicking on links in unexpected emails. The safe course of action is to go directly to the actual site of the "sender" to find out if the content is true and to find any pertinent download links to use directly instead of via the email. In this instance, I could not find any download links (or initially any information at all). In the future, I'd suggest any such email campaign be designed in a way that recipients could follow up directly and find the download information somewhere on their account page. I do appreciate the generosity of Spitfire as well as the quality of the products.

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