Phishing Filter

Phishing in ThunderbirdThis morning (well it was 1 p.m.) I made an interesting discovery. Finally, after having waited for years, I got my first phishing e-mail. My penny bank wants to have all my banking information, including TANs and PIN, of course. The e-mail itself wasn’t made that bad. The e-mail address from the sender seemed to be correct, but if you took a look at the advanced header, you could have seen that the origin of the mail was lline-202-65-134-34.pol.net.in (HELO system) [202.65.134.34] Moreover the link did not point to sparkasse.de. but to sparkasse.de.redirector9.rwler.info

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