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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

phishing-message1

 

 

Which Page is the Real Intuit Website?

 

fake_page

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

second-phishing-message

 

Brad Slavin

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