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Links 1 through 10 of 62 by Justin Mason tagged phishing

the story of Ramnicu Valcea -- Romania's Silicon Valley of phishing

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'Falling victim to a [phish] isn’t just a matter of not being wise to the ways of the world: it’s a matter of being caught out in a moment of distraction and of unlikely circumstance.' +1, that matches with the personal phishing stories I've heard from others

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a generated set of SpamAssassin rules containing known-phisher addresses

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fascinating note from Bernie Goldbach: 'MORE THAN 20 YEARS ago, I worked with message traffic and the work told me the importance of verifying source material.'

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'this is yet another case where security economics trumps security engineering, but in a predatory way that leaves cardholders less secure.'

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phisher creates a banking app for Android phones which relays the authorization details to another site, possible because of insufficient app vetting (via Mulley)

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good research coming out of McAfee -- lots of Eastern European, Russian, and ex-USSR-country cybercrime businesses nowadays, apparently

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from Julian "MailScanner" Field (via the SA users list)

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according to this, a retired cop has set up a company called Lucid Intelligence with 'the records of four million Britons, and 40 million people worldwide, mostly Americans', and plans to 'charge members of the public for access to his database to check whether their data security has been breached.' How is this legal under Data Protection law? wtf

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