iTunes customers have received a fake email from the address “email@example.com” that was sent from smtp.com about changing account information. The email message appears legit and is visually identical to a real email from Apple and contains a link to a phishing site which is masked to lead the victim to believe that they are actually going to a legitimate website. The website is hosted on a free domain and when the victims visit the site they are asked to enter their usernames and passwords which are all sent to the hackers. Once they have your accounts, hackers can get useful information such as credit card numbers, phone numbers, and addresses which is what they want. This just shows how easily people can be tricked because most people won’t check the address twice to see if it really is a legitimate site.