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RSA: Microsoft, eBay, Visa form Phish Report Network


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Posted 15 February 2005 - 11:01 AM

To make it easier to identify and react to new scam Web sites, Microsoft , eBay and Visa Monday said they are launching a program to share information about online identity theft scams known as "phishing attacks." By Paul Roberts IDG News Service, 02/14/05 The companies will use the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week to unveil the Phish Report Network, an antiphishing service that aggregates reports of phishing attacks and issues alerts about new phishing Web sites to subscribers. The service is being sponsored by end-point security company WholeSecurity, according to a statement from WholeSecurity.
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