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#1 quietman7

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Posted 15 May 2006 - 02:01 PM

Crafty (alebit sloppy) phishers were recently discovered this week leveraging an eBay feature in which sellers use Javascript in the item description, a feature eBay allows. What's new here among phishing attacks is the way the page renders, depending on the parameters in the request..."The use of Javascript and Ajax technologies enables scammers to create technically more convincing schemes,"...According to analysts at Symantec who examined the phished auction item, passing a single parameter, jsc=sig, presents a realistic sign-in page displayed in eBay Phished Auction Item...


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