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Advertised websites in this target group include:
The October 2009 Email
Dear Capital One TowerNetSM or Treasury Optimizer user,
As part of the new terms and conditions of the Data Access Agreement between your organization and the Capital One, your organization will be given a Digital Certificate.
Because of the private nature of the client data, worldwide access via Web to that data, and the potential for fraud, the system must be certain of user identity and authorization. Capital One online banking services use two security mechanisms:
1. Customer & User Codes and passwords to identify users; and
2. Digital certificates to ensure that the user is access the business services through a valid computer, in a trusted organization.
Each registered user must have the Capital One's digital certificate installed on his or her machine in order to access online banking services.
To pickup and install your Digital Certificate, please visit:
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Thank you for choosing Capital One!
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A quick check in our spam data mine showed that we had many messages from July 9th to July 23rd, 2008 that looked very similar:
The July 2008 Email
In July of 2008, the spam messages didn't actually take customers to a phishing page, but rather to a "Digital Certificate page". Now we have spam that is claiming to be a Digital Certificate, but actually just seems to be a phish. Some of the Summer of 2008 Digital Certificate domains targeting Capital One included:
Note: This is a service message regarding TowerNET Form.
As part of the new security measures, all Capital One Bank business customers (including all former customers of North Fork bank) are required to complete TowerNET Form (or Treasury Optimizer Form). Please complete the form as soon as possible.
To select your form please click on the following link:
Thank you for being a valued customer.
Online Banking Team
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We actually ALSO saw this as "Rock Phish" back in April 2006 -