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  1. >block any display of those images outside the eBay site.

    Yeah, because you can’t get round that with a screenshot & photoshop.

    Comment by Steve Thompson — Tuesday 8 March 2005 @ 1:49 pm

  2. Except that I said eBay should change the images on its site constantly. That would be hard to get round.

    The fake site is down right now - hard to say when it was removed though.

    Trouble of course being that these pages can be set up everywhere, and eBay is always playing catchup. Which is why it should stop the outgoing display of images. That would at least delay the phishers.

    Comment by Charles — Tuesday 8 March 2005 @ 3:19 pm

  3. The phishers are still phishing…that site is still up.

    Comment by Michael — Wednesday 9 March 2005 @ 6:45 pm

  4. Not to mention that this scammer is using EBAY’S OWN PROGRAM to redirect browsers to his site.

    eBayISAPI.dll (running on ebay) is slavishly redirecting users to systems outside Ebay’s domain. That is a world-class security hole if I’ve ever seen one. And no doubt about it, it’s Ebay’s fault.

    Eric

    Comment by Eric Cox — Thursday 17 March 2005 @ 9:43 pm

  5. Amen.fr is clearly a criminal entrprise–as of May 2005, the web site is still up. I’ve sent three complaints to them in the last week.

    Comment by Steve Metz — Tuesday 17 May 2005 @ 11:44 am

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