How do I say this nicely…. No I will NOT give you $7.34AUD to “promote” a post.
Ok, so I checked out the link (only from within an isolated VM, and after checking out what the URL will do using analytical tools – don’t try this at home boys and girls). For what it’s worth, you end up at a survey or prize win page which changes depending on what country […]
Well, I suppose it had to happen sooner or later http://krebsonsecurity.com/2012/06/beware-scare-tactics-for-mobile-security-apps/ Image source: krebsonsecurity According to Brian’s article, the advertisement linked to in the overlay image (now gone, apparently) was hosted by mobilevisitor.org – that domain is reported as new, having been created on 6 June 2012, and with its ownership hidden […]
As you will see, the hyperlinked words “enter this site” do not take you to an Intuit website.
I do understand the sentiment – IE7 is long superseded, with IE9 being the latest and IE10 in development: http://www.news.com.au/technology/kogan-wages-war-on-internet-explorer-users-taxed/story-e6frfro0-1226395298505 That being said, why doesn’t Kogan simply block access to IE7 users rather than try and make money off them – that is possible to do with appropriate scripting – and solves the problem […]
Rough translation… Spam email: As always, when you hover over a link, it becomes obvious that the email is not legitimate: If you give in to temptation (of course, never do so unless you are working within a properly sandboxed virtual machine that you can “nuke from orbit” if needs be) you will see […]
After bouncing through various URLs (including one in Russia) you end up at a fake Twitter log in page: http://wepawet.cs.ucsb.edu/view.php?hash=a9f9677418fa2d11d0b6eddda93e6e3b&t=1338784045&type=js Note the non-Twitter URL.