Posts Tagged ‘phishing’

If you are committed to sharing some your free time in learning how to fight and report spam and/or other forms of cybercrime, check out the  Inboxrevenge forum. The forum was started in 2006, so it is nearly 6 years old already. Please note, you must be pre-approved by the Inboxrevenge moderators after attempting to […]


The APWG (Anti-Phishing Work Group) recently held its Counter Crime Operations Summit (CeCOS) in São Paulo, Brazil on May 11-13th, 2010. Over the years, the APWG has held its conferences in different countries reflecting the internationalism of this type of fighting cybercrime (phishing spam). The next conference of the APWG is the eCrime Researchers Summit […]


Romania is a country that many Internet security researchers and various law enforcement agencies equate with cybercrime and have probably had that mind for quite a while now.  Even some casual readers of spam news know about Romania’s bad reputation online. The good news is over the years more and more people directly involved cybercrime […]


Online Advance Fee Fraud  (AFF) scams are plentiful and involve several people: the fraudsters themselves, money mules (people who are often duped into commit crimes, as middle men), but think they are earning extra money and then the individuals and businesses who have been defrauded.  Most of the general public who are active online, may […]


Italian banking site phishing URL spoofing CartaSi is live on compromised host: phone.codmanacademy.org – IP: 69.38.149.93 which is on AS19406 (Towerstream.com). Munged URL: hxxp://phone.codmanacademy.org/home/polycom/.redirecting.titolari.cartasi.it.portal.server.pt.acceso.reg.recupero.gateway.nome.utente.o.password.se.hai.dimenticato/ URL was already reported to Netcraft and Phishtank.


This website called FIRE (FInding RoguE Networks) tracks rogue networks based on malware such as phishing, botnet activity and exploited servers. At the time of this post on September 19th, 2009, the Canadian-based provider AS23522 IPNAP-ES – GigeNET. was the top offender on MaliciousNetworks.org. One can also track this host using Google’s Safe Browsing Diagnostic […]


Very recently, Swedish upstream provider, TeliaSonera, threatened cut off its direct connection to Junik (AS8206) JUNIK-RIGA-LV JUNIKNET if Junik.lv did not cut off its own downstream (Real Host) because of its reputation of being rogue (hosting zeus botnets). By Monday August 3rd, 2009, Real Host lost its connectivity. Jart Armin of HostExploit recently tweeted about […]


Gary Warner posted a tweet earlier in the today about his blog: Spam Crisis in China. Please share the link. Blog it up. Let’s get some Change going On. http://garwarner.blogspot.com/ #SpamCrisis Gary Warner posted on his blog under the title Spam Crisis in China about a problem with spam in China as of June 20th, […]


We use our Twitter account, InBoxRevenge, mainly to report information about spammers. These tweets may include rogue networks who allow spammers, to reporting Twitter spammers.  There are twitter users who simply report the spammers that create accounts on twitter and actively report them. We look forward to bringing you more information about successful shutdowns of […]