Image stealing by phishers
Lazy phishers are often simply making a copy of the original bank site with some malicious modifications. As an example, take a look at this currently active phishing site targeting Chase Bank. (screenshot)
This phishing site is running on an infected home computer in Spain. Only the html is hosted there; all the images are actually loaded directly from a real chase.com server.
Now, activity like this could be detected by the website of the bank automatically. How about modifying the logic of the bank web server to do something... F-Secure : News from the Lab
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