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  1. #1
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    A little bit more sophisticated phishing scam

    I don't have a Sears account but I received a typical phishing e-mail (see attached figure)
    What is interesting is that the e-mail comes form a sears.com domain (that is the legitimate domain for Sears) but the link provided in the e-mail will take you to the scammer site.

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    Re: A little bit more sophisticated phishing scam

    Alot of phishing scams have a domain of that sort.
    That's why it's important to check out the links.

    Anybody, even you if you wished, can put any address in the from adress.
    It's pretty easy...

    But I won't get into that, it might give some people some ideas...
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    Good read - Information on different scams, not reviews, just info.

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