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Sent : Tuesday, February 28, 2006 12:09 AM
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Ok, campers. this is BS. if you receive an email like this, delete it and send profanity and porn, preferably gun porn back to the website.
this thing looked like it was real, and when the offending link was pressed, simply asked me for my credit card number, the security number on the back, the pin and everything.
looked real. for real.
your credit card company will never ask for your pin number. they already know it and so do you if you registered with them.
what tipped me off? i have never given chase bank my email address. i deal with them through the mails, billing wise.
be careful out there boys...
I get those all the time, I either tell them they are doing a shitty job at it or just let them know "You suck a dick"
by the way, if you get an email like this, and click on the link, and input your login and password, it can be anything, it clears muster. put in someone elses's email address, and a weirdo password, and you get the site that asks for your cc info.
My inbox is phucking inundated with the "Chase online protection" phishing expedition emails.......at least five a week. Here's what I just sent back to the phuckers (brought to you courtesy of a delivery status failure notification I received in response.....the names may have been changed to protect the innocent ):
This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.
Delivery to the following recipients failed.
Subject: RE: Message ID 244102 IMPORTANT: Account Verification
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 11:54 AM
[My response] Suck my balls you phlaming phucking phishing phaggots. I didn't just phall oph the turnip truck. Go phuck yourself with a pitch-phork.
Man, I wish they were able to receive that......
I been getting alot of fake eBay Phish mails.
I wish these bastards were in the USA and you could find them. I would break laws- I keep wondering about all the not-so-computer-savy seniors that get confused by these real looking phish scam- especially if the scammers get lucky and hit on some poor old person that actually HAS a Chase account.
You guys open these emails? You do realize that without a real-time anti-spyware monitor you are infecting the hell out of your puter... right? Just opening one of these emails can subject you to trojans, root kits, key loggers, etc.
Get to know and love your Delete key... and turn off Preview!
Sounds like someone who uses/used M$ LookOut ( or is it OutLook ) an has gotten (justifably) paranoid.
Sorry Active X isn't - and most the other M$ holes and other issues are properly handled here.
Just expose the headers:
and send the mail to the abuse department of the ISP where it originated:
Barclays Security Alert
Thu, 02 Mar 2006 16:55:36 -0600
from cp2.ssl1.us (26.70-84-212.reverse.theplanet.com [188.8.131.52] (may be forged)) by bigtime.klos.com (8.13.5/8.13.5) with ESMTP id k22MtohW011244 for <email@example.com>; Thu, 2 Mar 2006 17:55:50 -0500 (EST)
from nobody by cp2.ssl1.us with local (Exim 4.52) id 1FEwhs-0002wc-C5 for firstname.lastname@example.org; Thu, 02 Mar 2006 16:55:36 -0600
They will take care of the offending party by either removing them from the network or in the case of the message i posted above, fix 'nobody' sending to remote addresses (st00pid apache).
I screen all my mail out on the mailserver and kill the crap out there. If I see an interesting phish I want to read I forward it to a mac at work with absolutely nothing on it but Quark and Photoshop.
Get these things all the time. I also have the exciting job in notifying customers at work that their shit is owned and is hosting phishing sites. One compromised box I was on actually had this dude recursively wgetting this stuff from his geocities site and it had pictures of him on it (I'm assuming), as well as some strange text files in Indonesian.
9/10 the sending host is either a bot/zombie has been owned and the headers are forged anyways. Our IPS actually can filter by the URLs sent in the emails and can block certain phishing attempts without false positives. Pretty interesting.
you are so posting from the office next to mine.
I don't care much for your attitude. You can walk home. Bastard.
Never follow links in an email (for sensitive applications). Login to the site directly with a new browser session.
never never never click the link they send to you!!
www.419eater.com is a good place to check out the confidence scam, lottery scams and assorted other scams.
look at the 'Trophy Room' for a good laugh
but they are so much fun to fuck with, not much better in life than owning some script kiddie who thinks he's uber leet.