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"Fraudsters are using stolen information to lure victims into divulging additional sensitive information in a new form of phishing attack. These so-called personalised phishing attacks target individual named accountholders at specific banks, according to anti-fraud software firm Cyota."
"The Honeynet projected published a "Know Your Enemy: Phishing" paper today. The paper focuses on observed examples and goes in-depth to analyze the intent and method of phishers in getting information. The paper is available here"
"Phishing attacks are growing more sophisticated as attackers devise ever more devious means to stay at least one step ahead of banks and others fighting the contain fraudulent scams, according to a study from The Honeynet Project."
"Enterprise employees are at a much bigger risk from phishing attacks than they think, according to a survey conducted by pollster Harris Interactive. In fact, a huger majority don't even know what phishing is, said the poll's sponsor, San Diego-based Websense on Wednesday."
"Online vigilantes are taking matters into their own hands, and defacing some phishing sites to warn off the naive, a U.K. Web monitoring firm said Thursday.
According to Netcraft, a phishing site that posed as PayPal.com was recently defaced with a page created using the open-source OpenOffice application suite. The page read "WARNING -- THIS WAS A SCAM SITE" and "site killed courtesy of sickophish."
"ISC reader TJ O'Grady reported receiving a legitimate password reset verification from Paypal. As he had not requested any reset, he contacted Paypal via telephone and was told that they were having technical difficulties and that he shouldn't worry about the email."
"Spammers and phishers are using new kinds of attacks to build wide-ranging profiles of online users -- everything from their political views to their sexual preference -- a security firm said Monday."
" Spammers and phishers are learning more about potential victims to better hone their attacks.
Web sites that use e-mail addresses as identifiers for password reminders and registration are open to exploitation by scammers to generate detailed profiles of people, security company Blue Security said this week in a research report."
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