Weekly analysis – 27th February 2010 to 6th March 2010

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Weekly analysis – 20th February 2010 to 27th February 2010

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MillerSmiles provides its weekly phishing analysis for the week of 20th February 2010 to 27th February 2010

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Weekly analysis – 13th February 2010 to 20th February 2010

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Weekly analysis – 6th February 2010 to 13th February 2010

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Weekly analysis – 23rd January 2010 to 30th January 2010

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MillerSmiles provides its weekly phishing analysis for the week of 23rd January 2010 to 30th January 2010

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Weekly analysis – 16th January 2010 to 23rd January 2010

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MillerSmiles provides its weekly phishing analysis for the week of 16th January 2010 to 23rd January 2010

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UK tax phishing scams on rampage

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Many variations of UK tax reclaim scam currently circulating net

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MillerSmiles announces launch of new PhishCheck technology

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MillerSmiles announces that automatic phishing reports with its PhishCheck technology are now active

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?The Analyzer? indicted in New York

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Between February 2008 and May this year, Israeli hacker Ehud “The Analyzer” Tenenbaum and others tried to initiate transactions on account numbers belonging to other people, “to receive payment and other things,” says Wired.

Now he’s been indicted by a federal grand jury on felony charges of conspiracy and fraud.

He gained worldwide notoriety as a teenager in 1998, “when he was caught pulling off a series of recreational intrusions into Pentagon computers,” says the story, continuing:

As reported here earlier, in September Canadian authorities announced they had arrested the now-29-year-old Tenenbaum and three Canadian accomplices for allegedly hacking into computers belonging to Direct Cash Management in Calgary, Alberta, which sells prepaid debit and credit cards through various merchants, and increasing the cash limits on those cards.

Then he and others allegedly withdrew CN$1.8 million (about U.S. $1.7 million) on the cards through ATMs in Canada and other countries. The arrests followed a months-long investigation by Canadian police and the U.S. Secret Service.

Tenenbaum was facing six counts of fraudulent use of credit card data and one count of fraud over $5,000 in Canada, says the post.

He was remanded in custody in Canada without bail, “even though the three other suspects — Priscilla Mastrangelo, 30 (whom Tenenbaum identified as his fiancee), Jean Francois Ralph, 28, and Sypros Xenoulis, 33 (Tenenbaum’s partner in a computer security business) — were released on bond”.

A US attorney’s office spokesman told Wired Tenenbaum is still in custody in Canada, but the US, “will be starting extradition proceedings shortly”.

He, “would not say whether the office anticipated additional arrests in relation to Tenenbaum’s case but said the investigation is ongoing,” adds the story.

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MillerSmiles cited in Vista book

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MillerSmiles is cited in the popular “Windows Vista for Dummies”

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