Anyone ever get one of these?
At Amazon we take your security and privacy very seriously. As part of our routine monitoring, we discovered a list of email addresses and passwords posted online. While the list was not Amazon-related, we know that many customers reuse their passwords on multiple websites. Since we believe your email addresses and passwords were on the list, we have assigned a temporary password to your Amazon.com account out of an abundance of caution.
I’m assuming that it’s false, even though it does give what looks like a link to amazon.com on the email. I logged in to Amazon this morning just fine to do a little bike lock shopping, which is impossible and I’m open to suggestions there.
Correction, they did lock me out. Crap, time to look into a password manager. I’m already using XKCD’s password suggestions.