Fake Rapidshare Pages Push Specific Products

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Nothing particularly jaw dropping, but I thought it was worth mentioning. There's quite a lot of fake Rapidshare phish pages in circulation at present - they all look like this:

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...and they want you to enter your login details to "activate premium membership immediately".

What really grabbed my attention was the URL. All of these pages specifically place certain products into the web address - no random hacker usernames or swear words in these babies. Case in point:


You can see what they did there.

At any rate, avoid any so-called "Rapidshare" page seemingly promoting albums, movies or videogames. They're not what they seem...

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