Bank of America Alert

Had to put this one here!

Look at that... They put a picture from Bing Earth or whatever that stuff is called (I never use Bing...) and that is to show me where the user who accessed by account with Firefox was at the time of the attack.

I wonder how many people fell for it. Hay! The banner at the top is real. It comes straight from Bank of America's website.

¨We'll help you secure your Account¨

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Dear BOA OnlineSM Customer,


Someone attempted to log in to your  account using your password. Because it happened from a location you don't normally log in from, we blocked your account to prevent them accessing your account. We wanted to make sure it was you. If it wasn't, we'll help you secure your account.

Near Bangalore, India (Today at 10:12am) from Firefox for Windows 7
Click here and follow the instructions indicate to restore your Account.


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