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Quickbooks Phishing Email Live Walkthrough

Hilton and I were talking and he mentioned to me that he got a great looking phishing email in his Yahoo account, so I decided to take a quick look at the format and believability of the message to see if it would fool the average user. I was VERY surprised at how well this message was formatted and you’ll see that during my review a second less

I was VERY surprised at how well this message was formatted and as an extra bonus you’ll see that during my review a second less sophisticated message comes in and I go through a similar process of reviewing headers and reviewing the website.

This is a real-time video of me going through the messages. For some reason the audio is a little screwed up, I don’t think my voice sounds so squeaky – but hey, who knows perhaps I really do sound like that…

Initial Phishing Message

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Which Page is the Real Intuit Website?

 

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You can click on the image to see the full resolution.

 

Registering a Domain Name with the Intuit Brand

whois_intuitpaymentint_com

WordPress Exploited Site

hi1ton_-_yahoo_mail

 


 

Second Phishing Email that comes in while I am Reviewing the First Message

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Brad Slavin

Stop ransomware, phishing, spoofing, fraud and other sophisticated email attacks. Email is the number one vector for sophisticated threats that are targeting your organization. These days its people rather than infrastructure that are the targets. Traditional spam filtering struggles to keep up with these new attacks, leaving your company at risk, which is why we are introducing Advanced Threat Defense, a layered approach to message security.

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