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Sing Your Passwords For The Drug Lords

Phishing is an art. Which means you can expect see everything from masterpieces to
scribbles. This one lacks the elegance and
polish of most of the phishing mails I get and the subject header made me
smile.

The subject header, including typo, read:

Sing in reminder

The Body of the email simply suggested that you log in to
your Bank of America account, and provided a link to a website hosted by a guy
named Jose Alejandro Bonilla Jaramillo in Medellin, Colombia.

——————

Be sure to sign in to your account regularly, otherwise it
may be suspended due to inactivity.

Military
Bank of America customers Sign In here

Regular
Bank of America customers Sign In here

This message was sent to you on behalf of Bank of America.

Ce message a été vérifié par MailScanner
pour des virus ou des polluriels et rien de
suspect n’a été trouvé.
MailScanner remercie transtec pour son soutien.

——————

The sad thing is, he probably hooked hundreds of bozos
typing in their credentials. Good work if
you can get it…

 

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Categories: Identity Theft
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