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New Online Service Uses E-mail Phishing Alerts


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Posted 29 March 2006 - 08:30 AM

A new online service promises to send an e-mail alert when a Web site is copied and possibly used in a phishing scam. The free service, dubbed PhishRegistry.org, is run by e-mail security company CipherTrust. Web site owners can use the service to monitor abuse of their brand, while consumers can submit URLs they use, such as a bank Web site, to the list of those monitored...

http://news.com.com/Alert+sounds+alarm+on+...tml?tag=cd.lede

PhishRegistry.org monitors the content of your website and alerts you when attempts to duplicate it have been detected. Weekly reports are sent to your email address with information about suspect websites.

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