Here it starts again … Wall-Street.ro website
Subject:PayPal & eBay From:”PayPal” Date:Thu, 6 Jul 2006 04:36:34 -0700 To:undisclosed-recipients:; This e-mail is the notification of PayPal Become One With eBay. We’re excited about this change because it allows us to offer you: * Easier access to all your account information* Enhanced Online Bill Payment * Transfer balances online * Mass Payment allows anyone to send multiple payments instantly-saving time, money and the hassle of having to individually send funds to every payment recipient and others. You won’t need to do anything to prepare for the move, just continue logging on to PayPal account by access the link bellow…
I just received a PayPal Phishing which is pretty nice. Nothing special about it .. this time. The only problem is that they used a wrong link to the fake site: http://1171700305:20/webscr/index.php?update.user. The offending part is the port: 20. Here is what Firefox says: ” This address is restricted This address uses a network port which is normally used for purposes other than Web browsing. Firefox has canceled the request for your protection. “
I have started to write my review of the Symposium. Briefly, it was ok, but as any conference, there were also some negative aspects. If the review will not be published in Virus Bulletin, I will also publish it here. More details later. Until then, have a look at the presentations: http://www.spamsymposium.eu/archivewebcast.htm
While searching on the net for my next acquisition, i found once more the site of Wrotniak. I know it for about 2 years now and I always found it interesting. Now even more 😉 Olympus compatible lenses: http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/oly-e/lenses.html
I added more categories. Unfortunately, WordPress can not move old posts from a category to another. Or I don’t know yet how to do this.
Hi, This is a test using WordPress.
I will be attending the EU Spam Symposium which will take place on 15.06.06 in Maastricht. Here is the link to the program: http://www.spamsymposium.eu/program.htm
Recently some of my colleagues received spam mails which were created through a single image. Or, so it seemed … At a closer look, the image was actually created from multiple images. See the link below: http://www.mustaca.de/security/multiimage.eml This should be an anti OCR technique ?! Maybe …
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