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spam "da" Citibank

Discussão em 'Dúvidas e Suporte—Internet, Redes, Segurança' iniciada por fap, 5 de Julho de 2004. (Respostas: 3; Visualizações: 1014)

  1. fap

    fap Power Member

    recebi isto numa mailing list, tenham cuidado com estas coisas e sobretudo avisem os vossos paizinhos ou pessoas menos conhecedoras da internet para não cairem nestas coisas:

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    From: "Support" <[email protected]>
    To: <[email protected]>
    Subject: Urgent Update: CitiSafe by Citibank
    Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 17:02:44 +0600
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    <body bgcolor=3D"#FFFFFF" text=3D"#000000">
    <b>Dear Citibank Customer</b>,
    <p> We recently noticed one or more attempts to log in to
    your Citibank<br=
    >
    account from a foreign IP address and we have reasons to
    believe that<br=
    >
    there was attempts to compromise it with brute forcing
    your PIN number.<=
    br>
    No successful login was detected and you have full
    protection by now. <b=
    r>
    If you recently accessed your account while travelling,
    the unusual logi=
    n<br>
    attempts may have been initiated by you.</p>
    <p><i>The login attempt was made from:<br>
    IP address: 173.97.087.24<br>
    ISP Host: cache-89.proxyserver.cis.com</i></p>
    <p> By now, we used many techniques to verify the accuracy
    of the<br>
    information our users provide us when they register on the
    Site.<br>
    However, because user verification on the Internet is
    difficult, Citiban=
    k<br>
    cannot and does not confirm each user's purported
    identity. Thus, we<br>=

    have established an offline verification system to help
    you evaluate wit
    h<br>
    whom you are dealing with. The system is called CitiSafe
    and it's<br>
    the most secure Citibank wallet so far.</p>
    <p> If you are the rightful holder of the account, click the
    link bellow, =
    fill<br>
    the form and then submit as we will verify your identity
    and register yo=
    u<br>
    to CitiSafe free of charge. This way you are fully
    protected from fraudu=
    lent<br>
    activity on all the accounts that you have with us.</p>
    <p> <u><b><a
    href=3D"http://ip_blablabla/scripts/confirmation.htm">Click=
    to protect
    yourself from fraudulent activity!</a></b></u></p>
    <p> To make Citibank.com the most secure site, every user
    will be <br>
    registered to CitiSafe.</p>
    <p> <u>NOTE! If you choose to ignore our request, you leave
    us no choice b=
    ut to<br>
    temporally suspend your account.</u></p>
    <p> * <u>Please do not respond to this e-mail, as your reply
    will not be r=
    eceived.</u></p>
    <p>Regards, <b>Citibank Customer Support</b><br>
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  2. JPgod

    JPgod Moderador
    Staff Member

    Eu quando pego SPAM é lixo com eles :puke:
    Nem deixo eles chegarem, filtro logo com o MailWhaser :004:
     
  3. fap

    fap Power Member

    o que eu quis dizer com o "recebi isto numa mailing list" foi, recebi o aviso com a cópia do mail embaixo...e como é uma mailing list minimamente conceituada em questões de segurança li o mail...eu geralmente também não reparo nos mails de spam
     
  4. SUp3rFM

    SUp3rFM Guest

    Isto é relativamente "normal". São mails falsos. Não são provinientes do Citibank.
    Se repararem na source do mail (que vem em html) basta ver que a página onde são redireccionados nada tem a haver com o Citibank.

    Espreitem http://www.citibank.com/us/index.htm

    E vejam em baixo "About e-mail fraud"

    Também costuma acontecer com o ebay.com e paypal.com

    Estas entidades NUNCA enviam mails para os seus clientes a pedir para confirmarem os dados, etc. Confirmem sempre nos sites das empresas se há algum aviso sobre fraudes por mail.
     

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