27 May 2008

A new approach to phishing

I was amused to receive this phishing attack as, instead of using the usual technical upgrade story to lure you in, this one warns you about phishing!

Two things rather give it away though; 1) the click here URL points to https://my.secure-ssl.net/www.moneybookers.com/..., which is not quite the same as the correct https://www.moneybookers.com/, and 2) I don't have an account with moneybookers.

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