Halifax Bank Security Center : Update Account Protection.

Halifax Bank Security Center : Update Account Protection.

Post by access.cen » Tue, 17 Mar 2009 09:03:57



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[1]Halifax - Always giving you extra
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Dear Customer,

To ensure that you are protected from latest fraudulent
scam and other account threats, it's strongly advise that you should
update account protection.
Click on "Protection" to continue the process...
[3]Protection

Yours sincerely
Nigel Turkington
Nigel Turkington
Head of Payment

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We protect our online service with the latest security measures
available. In the unlikely event you fall victim to online fraud, we
guarantee you wont lose any money from your account and we will always
reimburse you in full.
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Please do not respond to any emails that appear to be from Halifax
asking you to confirm your personal sign in details or linking you to
a website that asks you to do so. Halifax would never send emails that
ask for confidential or personal security information.
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If you would prefer not to receive further messages from us, please
[7]click here You will receive one further email confirming your
removal from our database.
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1. Writing a new module (Finance::Bank::Halifax::Sharedealing)

2. Halifax Bank email scam.

Below is a fairly obvious scam to extract account details I received today -
Halifax have shut their site down. The question is how can this possibly
work? Surely the link below goes to the genuine Halifax server, how then is
it possible for the fraudsters to obtain the account details without also
being able to plant their own software on that server? The ability to do
that would be a massive security breech on the part of Halifax and a
completely unconscionable error for a major public company. [BTW I don't
have such an account].

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Dear Halifax Bank Member,

This email was sent by the Halifax server to verify your e-mail
address. You must complete this process by clicking on the link
below and entering in the small window your Halifax username
and password.
This is done for your protection --- because some of our
members no longer have access to their email addresses and
we must verify it.

To verify your e-mail address and access your bank account,
click on the link below. If nothing happens when you click on the
link (or if you use AOL), copy and paste the link into
the address bar of your web browser.


http://www.yqcomputer.com/ :ac= XXXX@XXXXX.COM /fdk4a9/?TAhIJmjCxxi
Otyp


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Thank you for using Halifax!
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This automatic email sent to: XXXX@XXXXX.COM
Do not reply to this email.

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