Formula One Phishing

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The racing season might well be underway, but it's a good idea to be careful where your logins are concerned.

The following domain:

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Is trying to entice users of popular Social networking site Orkut to login to their accounts - or, to be mre accurate, is trying to entice fans of Ferrari cars to login to their Orkut accounts. You can't really miss the huge Ferrari logo in the middle - the earliest google cache of the site is a few days before the first race in Melbourne, around the 24rd of March. Odd coincidence, that.

In case you're wondering, the text (in Portuguese) roughly translates as follows:

"Connect with friends and family using scraps and instant messaging
Meet new people through friends of friends and communities
Share your videos, pictures, and passions all in one place"

I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess the phisher won't even get a speeding ticket...

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