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    Super Moderator jscher2000's Avatar
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    Feb 2001
    Silicon Valley, USA
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    How to set yourself up for phishing

    The CharterOne web site has a very dangerous ASP page that embeds HTML from the URL directly into the page. So naturally I got a message this morning inviting me to hand over my account information. I've attached an example of what happens if you change the URL from the scammers' site to Google. Obviously one should NOT TRUST any information received from a form or in the URL in a server-side or client-side script. Always check that it is valid and safe!

    Added: Sorry for the horizontal scrolling. For a limited time (I hope), you can also try it with this link: are firing our programmers now!
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    Silver Lounger
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    Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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    Re: How to set yourself up for phishing

    That's scarey! Some poor programmer is going to be in very hot water when the boss finds out about this one!

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