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Netflix Site may assist Phishing
From: Sara Togian (saratogiangmail.com)
Date: Thu Apr 28 2005 - 08:47:49 CDT
Similar to the previously discussed issues with the eBay and Capital
One website, Netflix also has a redirect which can assist phishing.
Or, it can be made even more obscure:
I have not yet seen phishing emails to Netflix, but since they do have
credit card info, I can't see them not occuring at some point. In
either case, it's a major website with a silly issue. As well, it can
look even more valid as it is a link to a secure site.
Netflix was notified on Wednesday April 20, 2005. I got a form letter
back, no other response, and the issue is still there.
I again tried Netflix on 4/25. Customer Service response that the
email is being sent to the proper department. Issue still there.
4/28, I figured this was enough time for a fix or a response from the
"proper department" and reported the issue to BugTraq. Not fixed at
time of sending this.