phishing detection bug
john at TRADOC.FR
Fri Feb 18 16:37:29 GMT 2005
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Julian Field wrote:
> Okay, a simple trap for this one would be that the real URL must contain
> at least one "." character. How about that?
What about octal IP-based hostnames?
What about an intranet case, where a hostname only, with no domain part,
could be perfectly valid? Then again this wouldn't be phishing fodder.
To be sure though, how about requiring either a "." or a "/"?
Apart from that, what about relative URLs used with a <BASE HREF=...>
tag? Does your phishing net currently trap these anyway? If not, perhaps
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