Phishing & BotNets
Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 13 2007 08:23PM
Ryan Greenier (rgreenier gmail com) (4 replies)
Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 16 2007 01:35PM
Justin Victor (jusvictor gmail com)
RE: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 16 2007 11:09AM
Kunz, Jeffrey T. (JKunz foley com)
Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 13 2007 11:18PM
Leif Ericksen (lericksen sbcglobal net) (1 replies)
RE: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 17 2007 02:06PM
Mark Basil (mark basil markmonitor com) (2 replies)
Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 18 2007 01:03AM
Paul Laudanski (paul castlecops com)
Mark Basil wrote:
> You could attempt to contact the domain registrar instead. Taking the site down at the hosting company would allow for the site to be hosted elsewhere in a few days. Good luck.

At CastleCops PIRT we do just that, contact everyone responsible over a
particular phish.

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> -M
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> From: Leif Ericksen [mailto:lericksen (at) sbcglobal (dot) net [email concealed]]
> Sent: Fri 7/13/2007 7:18 PM
> To: Ryan Greenier
> Cc: phishing (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo
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> Did you start with http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/abuse/
> http://help.yahoo.com/fast/help/us/sbiz/cgi_abuse
> http://www.logbud.com/dns?host=yahoo.com
> "Yahoo general phone: +1 408 349 3300" X1572
> #2
> #3
> reportabuse (at) yahoo-inc (dot) com [email concealed]
> Then it hangs up.
> #2 Gives 408-349-1572
>
> I did an 8 then a 0 and eventually got an operator that gave emthe #
> 1-866-562-7219 option 1; option 2; option 4
> This seems to be wrong for the fraud department.
> I think I talked to somebody in India, and without an account they could
> not help. With this I can understand the issues that you are having.
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>
> How about the following:
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> What about a call to the FBI, if you know that this is a phishing scam
> and have some proof the FBI would like that and react. Then I am sure
> if the FBI called yahoo they would respond rather quickly.
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> On Fri, 2007-07-13 at 16:23 -0400, Ryan Greenier wrote:
>> Anyone have any good contacts for Yahoo to get a phishing site taken
>> down? Apparently someone stole a credit card, registered a domain name
>> & bought some space on a Yahoo web server in appearance of one of my
>> company's clients. Nothing out of the ordinary, but what is out of the
>> ordinary for me is that Yahoo is being less than helpful. Phone calls
>> and email have done nothing so far. Anyone with any inside information
>> on how I could get this taken down would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>> - Ryan
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Paul Laudanski, CastleCops®, www.castlecops.com
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[ reply ]
Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 18 2007 01:02AM
phyburn News (phyburn news gmail com)
Re: Phishing Contact for Yahoo Jul 13 2007 09:34PM
Paul Laudanski (paul castlecops com)


 

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