Re: New Credit Card Scam (fwd)

2005-07-12 Thread Jason Holt
On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Lance James wrote: [...] place to fend off these attacks. Soon phishers will just use the site itself to phish users, pushing away the dependency on tricking the user with a spoofed or mirrored site. [...] You dismiss too much with your just. They already do attack

Re: New Credit Card Scam (fwd)

2005-07-12 Thread James A. Donald
-- Adam Fields [EMAIL PROTECTED] But it's so much worse than that. Not only is there no standard behavior, the credit companies themselves have seemingly gone out of their way to make it impossible for there to be any potential for a standard. Widely shared secrets are inherently

Re: New Credit Card Scam (fwd)

2005-07-12 Thread Lance James
Jason Holt wrote: On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Lance James wrote: [...] place to fend off these attacks. Soon phishers will just use the site itself to phish users, pushing away the dependency on tricking the user with a spoofed or mirrored site. [...] You dismiss too much with your just. They

Re: New Credit Card Scam (fwd)

2005-07-11 Thread Adam Fields
On Mon, Jul 11, 2005 at 09:37:36PM +, Jason Holt wrote: I remember the first time a site asked for the number on the back of my credit card. It was a Walmart or Amazon purchase, and with no warning they redirected me to some site with a questionable domain. I thought for sure my

Re: New Credit Card Scam (fwd)

2005-07-11 Thread Lance James
Jason Holt wrote: I remember the first time a site asked for the number on the back of my credit card. It was a Walmart or Amazon purchase, and with no warning they redirected me to some site with a questionable domain. I thought for sure my session was being hijacked, and my bank had