by Dave Michmerhuizen & Luis Chapetti – Security Researchers Spammers and Phishers are constantly looking for ways to convince people to type in their passwords and press “Log In”. One of the newest strategies we’ve seen them use are specially crafted login pages that appear similar to those of websites that use the increasingly popular OpenID standard. An alarming number of spammers are tailoring their phishing messages to use this new template. OpenID is way for websites to avoid having to create their own user accounts. Instead, they use authentication services offered by better known OpenID ‘providers’. You’ve very likely seen websites offering to allow you to log in using your Facebook or Google or Yahoo accountRead More...
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