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GREAT Free Phishing Tool

By DRVTACH ·
I recieved a mail for one of my customers asking for help with what he thought might be an attemp to get his passwords of more.
I Do believe he was right. He recieved 6 mails like the below in 3 days from 6 different servers.
I do believe that NO ONE should use, download or reply to any mail that is using This Program.
Comodo AntiSpam 2005
I sent Comodo sales an email telling them NOT to say that they were not responciable for misuse of their Free tool that hackers/crackers/Phishers could use. This is a Very Bad Idea. Oh there response cannot be posted. Most of it anyway.
Below is most of the mail without the
"Attachment"
Have Fun All Bill MacG
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To: WMAHI
Subject: FW: AntiSpam Alert from Tom Cook
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2005 17:20:57 +0000
Message-Id: <080820051720.25059.42F7947900063FF4000061E32160376021BBB4B1B9BEB7BB@att.net>
X-Mailer: AT&T Message Center Version 1 (Feb 14 2005)
X-Authenticated-Sender: RElBR09MREBhdHQubmV0
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="NextPart_Webmail_9m3u9jl4l_25059_1123521657_0"
Content-Length: 1065


-------------- Forwarded Message: --------------
From: tom@cooks-nook.com
To: tom@cooks-nook.com
Subject: AntiSpam Alert from Tom Cook
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 17:09:54 +0000
> Hi, this is Tom Cook. Your recent email has been delivered to my
computer,
> but because you're not yet in my trusted senders list, it hasn't been
placed in
> my inbox.
> To get added to my trusted senders list, please reply to this message
with my
> AntiSpam passcode.
>
> Here's all you have to do:
>
> 1. Press Reply
> 2. In the body of the reply, type in my AntiSpam Passcode contained
in the
> graphical attachment. <<<<<<<< LOOKY HERE
> 3. Press Send
>
> When I receive this reply, I will know that it was really you that
sent me the
> email and not a
> computerized spammer. I will then be able to read all your mail. This
> authentication will be
> done only once.
>
> Thank you & have a great day,
> Tom Cook
>
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ----------------
> Comodo AntiSpam 2005 authenticates the SENDER of each incoming email.
Using our
> patent-pending
> Passcode Authentication Technoloy Comodo AntiSpam 2005 is unmatched
at spam
> elimination while
> providing you with total control of your incoming email.
>
> For more information about Comodo AntiSpam 2005, please visit us at
> www.comodoantispam.com
>
> This email account is protected by Comodo AntiSpam.
> Get yours free at www.comodo.com
>
> X-Comodo-AntiSpamRFA (tom@cooks-nook.com)


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To: tom@cooks-nook.com
Subject: AntiSpam Alert from Tom Cook
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 17:09:54 +0000
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Phishing Vs.Pharming

by Neil Higgins In reply to GREAT Free Phishing Too ...

Yes a lot of people will already know the differences between phishing and pharming,but I just thought Znet's video could be useful to anyone who wants to see preventative measures:

http://news.zdnet.com/2036-2_22-5798698.html

Choose between using Real Player,or Windows Media Player,plus your best connection speed to see the video.

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what is Phishing means?

by nitin2390 In reply to GREAT Free Phishing Too ...

The term phishing is a general term for the creation and use by criminals of e-mails and websites ??? designed to look like they come from well-known, legitimate and trusted businesses, financial institutions and government agencies ??? in an attempt to gather personal, financial and sensitive information. These criminals deceive Internet users into disclosing their bank and financial information or other personal data such as usernames and passwords, or into unwittingly downloading malicious computer code onto their computers that can allow the criminals subsequent access to those computers or the users??? financial accounts.

http://www.technoroar.com

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