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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Wells Fargo Phishing Site Hosted on 110mb.com

Last week, TD Ameritrade finally got around to informing me that a hacker had stolen my contact information (a day after I read the story) several months ago. I don't know If this email I received has anything to do with that, but It's definitely one of the best bank phishing emails that I have ever seen:

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I think what impressed me the most was that the other links in the email went to the actual corresponding pages at the Wells Fargo site.

(Update: 9/20: Site Pwnd)



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