Some phishing gangs have a new technique. They're using trojan-spy applications.
Last week we received the following e-mail message:
Notice that the message doesn't mention anything about providing an account-name or password.
Instead, it attempts to convince the recipient that they need to install a Digital Certificate for enhanced safety.
(Anybody want to buy a bridge?)
The message links to a site with the following:
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