Weekly analysis – 3rd January 2010 to 10th January 2010

Weekly analysis – 3rd January 2010 to 10th January 2010

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10-Jan-2010

MillerSmiles provides its weekly phishing analysis for the week of 3rd January 2010 to 10th January 2010

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Over the last week MillerSmiles has received many thousands of scams from the public and through its HoneyTrap scam detection system. Below we provide an analysis of the scams we have received for the week of

3rd January 2010 to 10th January 2010

The 12 most popular scams we reported as defined by search engine visits to each scam report were

0.75% Abbey Secure Messages Center – Must Read. alleged sender Abbey National plc reported 9th January 2010
0.74% HSBC Security Important Alert! alleged sender HSBC Bank UK reported 10th January 2010
0.73% Welcome To 2010 Banking Session alleged sender Egg Bank Plc reported 10th January 2010
0.69% e-Banking Service: Access Suspended alleged sender Halifax Security Services -UK reported 9th January 2010
0.69% YOU HAVE NEW MESSAGE!!! alleged sender HSBC BANKING® reported 9th January 2010
0.68% SERVICE PAYPAL – PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR INFORMATION PERSONAL alleged sender PayPal reported 9th January 2010
0.68% YOUR BANK OF AMERICA ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SUSPENDED alleged sender Bank Of America Message Center reported 10th January 2010
0.67% Abbey National Important Security Notice. alleged sender Abbey National plc reported 9th January 2010
0.67% Account Update Notification alleged sender Hsbc Bank Plc reported 9th January 2010
0.65% Hsbc Banking Security Alert! alleged sender Hsbc Bank Plc reported 9th January 2010
0.63% Abbey National -Security Service Alert alleged sender Abbey National plc reported 9th January 2010
0.62% HSBC Notification – Important Notice Regarding Your Online Account alleged sender HSBC Bank Security Team reported 10th January 2010

 

 

 

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