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Is that URL for real?


Here’s a fairly standard bank phishing email, targeting a bank in India:

Reserve Bank of India phishing

Nice touch with that “Beware of Phishing” warning…

Let’s look at the attached HTML file:

Reserve Bank of India phishing

You got to be kidding me? The page has redirection to That hostname can’t possibly work…

Except it does.

Reserve Bank of India phishing

The redirection goes to And the front page of shows a fake “account suspended” message. Nice touch.

The phishing page looks like this:

Reserve Bank of India phishing

The ultimate target of the attack is to collect bank logins and credit card numbers:

Reserve Bank of India phishing

Thanks to Ravikiran for help.

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