Apparently there's a new set of password scams going around. These e-mails, apparently from email@example.com, will request your account and password information. Community manager Drysc reminds us that Blizzard will never send ask for your account password via e-mail, and any messages you may receive requesting passwords information, no matter how legitimate looking, is most likely a scam to steal your account. If you've gotten an e-mail that looks suspicious, you can write firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm its validity. Additional information about scams and account security can be found on Blizzard's support page, as well.