Fake "hotmail" webpage sending logininfo to someone else(!)

Discussion in 'Security Software' started by Lex, Apr 20, 2004.

  1. Lex

    Lex Guest

    www.ehotmail.com is a fake webpage sending your login info to:

    That it's fake is for sure, but maybe the hotmail staff can see who's at that adres and notify the local autority's
    You can find that adres by accasing the source code at the "login" menu

    I don't want to show my e-mail adres here, but I'm sure a hotmail staff can see atleast my IP and see what's my adres. I would like to get contacted to know you are working with this. Because atleast 1 of my friends got hacked by this person. She can send you an a-mail with her info (last passwords places she logs in etc) and get her account back can't she?
     
    Lex, Apr 20, 2004
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    John McGaw Guest

    that adres and notify the local autority's ?
    can see atleast my IP and see what's my adres. I would like to get contacted
    to know you are working with this. Because atleast 1 of my friends got
    hacked by this person. She can send you an a-mail with her info (last
    passwords places she logs in etc) and get her account back can't she?

    Huh? www.ehotmail.com is nothing but a "parked" URL at DotRegistrar.com and
    has no data collection capability. And why would any research be required
    since there is a link to the owner of the URL?
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    John McGaw
    [Knoxville, TN, USA]

    Return address will not work. Please
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    John McGaw, Apr 20, 2004
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  3. Lex

    N. Miller Guest

    Currently a parked domain. Maybe somebody already complained, maybe it was
    never what you claim. I have no way to tell.
    You could to. I found some information using Sam Spade. But I won't be
    sending any complaints because I can't see anything wrong being done. Again,
    maybe somebody else already did, leading to the domain being parked by the
    registrar. They do that; pull the plug on abusive domains. I will not post
    what I have found because I have no firsthand evidence of wrongdoing; it
    would be a futile exercise, and the domain owner might be justified in
    considering that act abusive.
    Maybe once, but not now. All I get is a Dotregister page.
    Unfortunately, this is a public news group, and anybody with access to the
    group, either from their own provider's NNTP service, or through
    msnews.microsoft.com, can gain access, read posts, and respond. AFAIK,
    nobody from Hotmail, with the official capacity to act, monitors this group.
    The administrators of the CDO system at the MSFT site probably don't have
    any more connection to Hotmail than I have.
     
    N. Miller, Apr 21, 2004
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    S. Pidgorny Guest

    Send such reports to - real people will look at the
    problem, really. Account information collection by fake sites (a.k.a.
    "phishing") is a big problem to banks but the hotmail hoax doesn't surprise
    me - people sometimes have information that help identity theft right in the
    mailbox.

    --
    Svyatoslav Pidgorny, MVP, MCSE
    -= F1 is the key =-

    that adres and notify the local autority's ?
    can see atleast my IP and see what's my adres. I would like to get contacted
    to know you are working with this. Because atleast 1 of my friends got
    hacked by this person. She can send you an a-mail with her info (last
    passwords places she logs in etc) and get her account back can't she?
     
    S. Pidgorny, Apr 21, 2004
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