Go Phish

Monday, November 29th, 2010
A Short List, in Increasing Order of Ridiculousness, of Phishing Sites Where “My” Bank Accounts Have Purportedly Been Located
  • http://www.aps-company.pl/nbg.gr/index.html

  • http://58.93.21.141/icons/index.html

  • http://hj.to/AqaRGq which led to http://tdwatershare.freewebhostx.com/tdd.htm

  • http://www.tombullock.co.uk/gallery/.www.hsbc.co.uk/online.php

  • http://chinesebookcity.net/www.cahoot.co.uk/accessserv.php

  • http://www.chase.com.chase.html.ssl.do.detect.2.signin.sessionid.
    wplchjlvuicphagtph.vtrdehgeyoynpiowebl.czneholmbbodzfjuhyxlsr.
    nafylhohirpuunhnbfvu.nafylhohirpuunhnbfvu.nafylhohirpuunhnbfvu.
    nafylhohirpuunhnbfvu.usdfjhjyha.blacksonblondes-movies.com/
    online/Logon.aspx.php?pageType=
    708XeMWZl&lWXS3AlBXVShqAhQRfhgTDrf=nttps://www.chase.com/
    Chase.html?SignIn&SMSESSIONID=ASERTFGUY2I94O0389
    GYBH23JNMKUYH83JMN12I90U82HJNASDKOASD9AS8D
    &iv=90832yhIopOWjosUkpEal

That last one was one long-ass URL, which was broken up (and emphasized) for display here. I’m sure phishin’ ain’t easy, but it seems like just a bit more effort might yield better results for these scammers.


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