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Romanian Phishing: Ministertul Finantelor Publice – Taxe si Impozite

“Romanian tax return phishing” published in the Avira Techblog From: Ministerul Finantelor Publice Date: 25.11.2010 07:54:34 Subject: Ministertul Finantelor Publice – Taxe si Impozite Dupa ultimele calcule ale activitatii dumneavoastra anuale am stabilit ca va sunt eligibile pentru primirea unei rambursari a impozitului in conformitate cu sectiunea 501 (c). Valoarea impozitului returnat este de 473,27 RON. Va rugam sa ne trimiteti cererea de rambursare a impozitului si sa asteptati 6-9 zile pentru verificarea datelor introduse. Pentru a accesa formularul de plata va rugam sa va completati datele aici : http://www.mfinante.ro/acasa.html?method=rambursare&pagina=52155 Aceasta notificare a fost trimisa de catre Ministerul Finantelor Publice , Biroul de plati pentru persoane fizice. MINISTERUL FINANTELOR PUBLICE Serviciul de Comunicare si Relatii Publice sef serviciu : Cristian Marin The domain was registered in the same morning, at 4 AM. Creation date: 25 Nov 2010 04:33:00 Expiration date: 24 Nov 2011 23:33:00 Now it is closed after I wrote to the ISP.


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Sometimes it is good to know the Romanian language

Just stumbled upon this blog post from Symantec http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/spammers-introduce-new-email-internet-headers where an absolutely normal spam process is described. Unfortunately for the author who clearly doesn’t understand Romania, he copied/pasted all headers, even those which he doesn’t understand. So, he copied all kind of bad words, things which you usually wouldn’t publish in a serious blog. I will not publish them here because this is my blog and I respect my readers, especially in this case, the Romanian readers. I let you alone read the funny post 🙂 Have fun !



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The wrong way of being in the news

“70 Romanian Phishers & Fraudsters Arrested On March 4th, FBI Director Robert Mueller was given a speech on Cybercrime to the RSA conference where he mentioned that: And we have worked with the Romanian National Police to arrest more than 100 Romanian nationals in the past 18 months. Four years ago, several American companies threatened to cut cyber ties with Romania because of the rampant hacking originating from that country. And yet today, Romania is one of our strongest partners. ” Read more here: http://garwarner.blogspot.com/2010/04/70-romanian-phishers-fraudsters.html


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