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RE: RE: SUPER SPOOF DELUXE Re: Microsoft and Security
From: "http-equiv () excite com" <1 () malware com>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2004 02:52:05 -0000
What an utterly pathetic scenario you present. Obviously you're
blissfully unaware of the current security trend of site
spoofing, 'phishing', url spoofing, DNS spoofing, zone spoofing
and on and on and on.
and of course now very the latest 'security expert spoofing' !
"Your subject makes it sound like this is a spoofing
You have to look at the prerequisite attack scenario. You are
some random site and out of nowhere it opens WellsFargo.com or
WindowsUpdate. At this point you are thinking one of 2 things,
"What the.. I didn't go to WindowsUpdate/WellsFargo .. Let me
that window .. Damn popups"
"Hey how nice, WindowsUpdate/WellsFargo magically appeared in
me and I didn't even intend to go there .. I was just surfing
.. Let me hurridly download some stuff from there and give it my
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