Re: [Full-Disclosure] Is this a paypal scam?
From: Nico Golde (nion_at_gmx.net)
To: Full-Disclosure <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 15:33:24 +0100
* Alerta Redsegura <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-03-19 14:51]:
> > If this is a scam, then maybe paypal has some employees
> > passing new account info outside the company.
> > -jamie-
> Indeed, Paypal e-mail scams started in 2002 I think.
> In regards to employees passing new acct info, I have never had a paypal
> account and have received several times this type of scam mail.
> I would suggest you to contact Paypal and send them a full copy of the email
> (as an attachment, not just re-send the e-mail, since it would drop some
I think he can make an whois question to the given ip and look if this
is an official paypal host.
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