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  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2005

    Yahoo phishing.

    I received this link from one of my friends as an offline message.

    i clicked the link and not thinking put my username and password in.. that takes you to the yahoo site same screen, but things are different from the geocities and the yahoo site. links are underlined etc. So im thinking that the above geocities phished yahoo tricked people much like myself and now they have usernames and passwords. I did happen to change my password within 30 seconds of doing it though. lucky me.

    edit:: I looked at the source and found this

    <INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="Mail_To" VALUE="">
    seems there having all the usernames and passwords mailed to them..

    Edit: I just reported it to yahoo's Phishing Abuse report service.

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Hi warken, its good that you changed your password but did you reported this to yahoo.

    Here is inside out of page :-

    &lt;form method="post" action="" enctype="x-www-form-urlencoded"&gt;
    	&lt;input name="Mail_From" value="Yahoo" type="hidden"&gt;
    	&lt;input name="Mail_To" value="" type="hidden"&gt;
    	&lt;input name="Mail_Subject" value="Yahoo id" type="hidden"&gt;
    	&lt;input name="Next_Page" value="" type="hidden"&gt;
    	&lt;script language="JScript.Encode"&gt;&lt;!--
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    	&lt;table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" height="238"&gt;
    		&lt;tr bgcolor="#86a863"&gt;
    			&lt;td colspan="5" valign="top"&gt;
    			&lt;img src="Yahoo!%20Photos_files/start_top.gif"&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
    		&lt;tr bgcolor="#86a863"&gt;
    			&lt;td rowspan="3" bgcolor="#e1ca83" width="1"&gt;&lt;spacer type="block" height="1" width="1"&gt;
    			&lt;td rowspan="3" width="10"&gt;&lt;spacer type="block" width="10"&gt;
    			&lt;td width="193"&gt;&lt;b class="w"&gt;Yahoo! Member Sign In&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;................................................

    - :S:
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  3. #3
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    got this back today, and the website has been taken down.


    Thank you for writing to Yahoo! Domains.

    Thank you for informing us of possible abuse on Yahoo! GeoCities. We
    have investigated the site and taken the necessary action. We
    appreciate your concern and thank you for reporting this incident to

    Please continue to notify us of any content you believe violates the
    GeoCities Terms of Service, located at:

    Your Yahoo! ID and password are your own confidential information. No
    Yahoo! employee will ever ask you for your password or personal
    information in an unsolicited phone call or email message. If you are
    ever asked for your password in an unsolicited manner, or by someone you
    do not believe to be a representative of Yahoo!, *do not* share your
    password with them.

    For more helpful information on password scams as well as information on
    how to protect your password, visit:

    For additional information on ways to protect your information online,
    please visit the Yahoo! Security Center at:

    Thank you again for contacting Yahoo! Customer Care.



    Yahoo! Customer Care

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