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Very unusual PayPal phishing attack — 30 Comments

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  3. It looks like the site owner has cleared up the phish from egypt-trips.co and hopefully tightened the vulnerabilities that allowed the site to be used

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    • I am sorry, but if you don’t know the industry standard password, that researchers use to exchange malware and suspicious files, then you aren’t entitled to download files. We do not have any logins or registration on this site as there is no need for it.

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  7. Re: “…But once a phisher puts this onto a website with a plausible & believable URL, then all bets are off and it will be almost impossible to detect the phish. This is very worrying. ” What CAN we do to revise guidance to consumers in the “almost impossible” scenario, other than to be worried, very worried?

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  18. Just got another sneaky one in

    hxxp://goo.gl/NL4EmV

    Link runs packed javascript that makes it look like you’re on Google when you aren’t

    • that goo.gl link redirects to another short url service hxxp://zg.al/Z46Qd but I can’t find where that is , so I can’t get the actual JavaScript that does it

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