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ADP Statement on Recent Phishing Campaign - Pony BotNet Incident

Most Recently Reported: December 04, 2013
Date Initially Reported: December 04, 2013

Issue Overview
ADP® has been made aware of a phishing campaign that involves compromised user login credentials of clients of several companies, including those of ADP. ADP has no reason to believe that this phishing campaign was specifically targeted at ADP or its clients. At this time, ADP has determined that none of its internal networks and servers has been compromised, and no intrusion has occurred. Phishing attacks are usually associated with malware so, out of an abundance of caution, ADP is requiring a password reset for the approximately 2,400 clients whose credentials were impacted by this campaign. To our knowledge, none of ADP’s clients has been adversely affected by the compromised credentials.

ADP’s Global Security Organization continues to actively investigate and monitor this situation as it does with all reported malware activity. Clients are encouraged to visit ADP’s trust and security center to learn about ways they can learn how to help protect their data by clicking here or visiting: https://www.adp.com/trust. Clients can report suspicious phishing e-mails to abuse@adp.com.

Protecting ADP clients and their data has been, and always will be, a top priority for ADP.

Media Contacts:
Jim Duffy
(973) 712 – 2070
Jim.Duffy@ADP.com

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