I find this phishing attack impressive for several reasons. One, it's a very sophisticated attack and demonstrates how clever identity thieves are becoming. Two, it narrowly targets a particular credit union, and sneakily uses the fact that credit cards issued by an institution share the same initial digits. Three, it exploits an authentication problem with SSL certificates. And four, it is yet another proof point that "user education" isn't how we're going to solve this kind of risk.
(Via Schneier on Security.)
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Impressive Phishing Attack
Impressive Phishing Attack:
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Intrusion Detection with Tripwire : "Do this by adding a comma after the severity= line and putting emailto= on the next line, followe...