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Hundreds of Phish Kits on the loose

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 07:36 PM


- http://blog.trendmic...s-on-the-loose/
March 5, 2008 - "TrendLabs has received notice that hundreds of phishing kits designed to generate phishing sites are currently being actively used, including those used by the so-called Mr. Brain. To jiggle everyone’s memory, Mr. Brain is not an individual operating by his lonesome, but rather a group of phishers who are themselves targeting phishers*. The newly discovered phishing kits — numbering over 400 — are targeting top Web 2.0 sites (social networking, video sharing and VoIP sites), free email service providers, banks, as well as the more popular e-commerce Web sites. Some of the major financial institutions are the following:
* Barclays
* BankOne
* Charter
* Chase
* Citibank
...Updates will be provided as they come."
* http://blog.trendmic...hishers-phished


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