17. March 2011 14:21
These seem to be greatly on the increase this week. Apparently my non existant HSBC has been accessed by a 3rd party. So I must verify my account. As per usual they don't seem to make any sort of logical sense as to what is going on. The attachment contains a badly faked HDBC bank login screen which existing on the local computer grabbing images from the real hsbc login site. However it's form postback goes to some strange ip address.
Tags: scam, hsbc
17. March 2011 12:01
I have updated the little tool i use for rebuilding / reorganizing index's in ms sql. The following has changed.
- Added Re organize selected
- Added filter to remove index's below a certain page count
The latest version is avilable here
17. March 2011 00:09
I find it strange that my email quota seems to be overflowing. It's even more funny since on my own mail server I know my mailbox just isn't that size! I am really also not to sure how re-validating my mailbox would actually help the over quota issue either. Just what do these scammer really take people for?
13. March 2011 15:04
Great! Apparently I have won the lottery. Which i didn't enter of course!
10. March 2011 23:59
It would appear the following paypal scam seems to be doing the rounds over the last week or so. Though it isn't the hardest to spot. Still possible that the non technical users are able to fall for it.