Sneaky Phishing Attempt

This is, by far, one of the sneakiest phishing attempts that I’ve received, to date:

If you’ll notice, the URL does appear to be actually at (which it is), however they’re using a hidden command in this particular dll to redirect the user to their own, personal, phishing page. This is very sneaky, Gmail didn’t even catch it.

This attempt knocks out the particular email that I received with the entire contents represented as an image (so it looked completely legit) and a link sending the user to their phish page. These malicious hackers are just getting worse and worse. I really feel sorry for the average Internet user having to deal with this.

Posted: February 21st, 2005

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