Online Incident Reporting
CSIRT Visual Spoofing SSL
A technique called "visual spoofing" provides a way for Internet phishing scams to convincingly mimick the web sites of banks and credit card companies.
Visual spoofing does not rely on the URL spoofing, relying instead on the fake images to accomplish the deception. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Protocol. Also, note the URL bar…you can even type a new URL link which will open a new window.
Proof of Concept (Evidence that demonstrates that a business model or idea is feasible.)
Everything is fake: URL Bar, SSL Key,
Certificate and Web Site.
By entering the following
web site, "GOVBanking", you agree to the following: not
to download, modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer,
decompile, disassemble the site, or attempt to discover
its source code.
<<< Click on the image below to ENTER! >>>
<<< Click on the image above to ENTER! >>>
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