Network Status and Known Issues

Last Updated 06/05/2017 @ 9:10 a.m.



ISOCNET Clients:  You may have received the below referenced email within the last 24 hours.  Please do not respond to it.  It is a fake email message (called a SPOOF Email) that did not come from us.  We will never ask you to enter your login information and send it via email. 

If you have already responded to this message, please contact us immediately so that we can update your password so that your email address cannot be used maliciously.  You can reach us at 859-525-8730, option 4, option 2 and speak with one of our technicians to update your password.

The from address on this message says “ISOCNET” but when you click one of the email addresses it shows as “” and the website link points to This is who you would really be responding to.

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From: ISOCNET []
Sent: Sunday, June 4, 2017 6:50 PM
Subject: Isocnet Email Upgrade


We are currently upgrading all email account to Isocnet 2017 email version. Isocnet upgrade is currently available for all our email users. You are directed to upgrade your email account immediately to avoid being locked out. New Isocnet 2017 email is highly protected with our upgraded qualities which includes anti-spam and anti-virus to serve you better.

Login here to activate Isocnet email upgrade.

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As always, if you have any questions, you can reach any of our team members to discuss this at 859-525-8730. 

We greatly appreciate your business.