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Re: [Full-disclosure] Phishers now abusing dynamic DNS services
From: phased (phasedmail.ru)
Date: Mon Dec 12 2005 - 11:15:00 CST
yeah this is definitly nothing new
From: pagvac <unknown.pentestergmail.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 15:43:36 +0000
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Phishers now abusing dynamic DNS services
> On 12/12/05, Florian Weimer <fwdeneb.enyo.de> wrote:
> > * pagvac:
> > > The interesting thing about this attempt is that the phisher seems to
> > > be using a dynamic DNS service to gain the trust from the victim.
> > "to gain trust"? Hm?
> What I mean is that the average user will trust more an URL when
> seeing the word "paypal" in it as a domain name, rather than some
> dodgy-looking numerical IP address, with a sub-directory called
> Personall I would think that more users would trust the second link.
> > This is not really a new thing:
> > 2005-04-19 08:24:49 ebayfraud.dyndns.org A 126.96.36.199
> pagvac (Adrian Pastor)
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