Irony: A site with a .fish domain was used to phish French bank customers

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It’s a hacking worthy of an Alanis Morissette song; a website with a generic .fish domain name was used to phish French banking customers, as spotted by the folks at Netcraft. When anyone visited, they would be redirected to a Vietnamese-based site masquerading as the French bank BRED (Banque régionale d’escompte et de dépôts), which would try to hoover up their credentials. is registered anonymously with the Toronto-based hosting service, Tucows. This isn’t usual (hell, I think I have a few anonymously-registered domains myself), but it makes it almost impossible to figure out who owns the site, and…

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