Anti-Phishing Update -- New data feed
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Tue Jun 16 11:57:00 IST 2009
On 16/06/2009 11:45, Jethro R Binks wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Jun 2009, Julian Field wrote:
>>>> Thanks for that info. My list of phishing email addresses has a very
>>>> good future and will be supported for the forseeable future, as it
>>>> produced by a very large commercial entity, whose internet-based
>>>> services you have almost certainly used at some point.
>>> and what entity is this?
>> Sorry, that is covered by a very big NDA.
> Why all this secrecy?
The supplier makes the rules, not me.
I don't think they want anyone to know where the data comes from, so
that the spammers don't launch an attack against them for producing it.
That's the best reason I can come up with, anyway.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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