Phishing net doesn't like backslashes...

John Wilcock john at TRADOC.FR
Wed Apr 6 08:21:36 IST 2005

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> <a href="http:\\"><font color="red"><b>MailScanner has
> detected a possible fraud attempt from "http:\\" claiming
> to be</b></font> http:\\</a>

Not that backslashes should ever be used in URIs, of course, but they
are occasionally seen in practice and are totally harmless.


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