DIY kits dumb down phishing

Friday, 8 June 2007, 11:05 PM EST

Phishing kits are helping to dumb down the process of creating fraudulent websites. Back in the day, setting up a bogus facsimile of a banking site required a modicum of programming skills. No more.

Now the increasing prevalence of DIY fraud website creation kits means setting up a snare for unwary surfers takes about as much effort as setting up a personal website.

At The Register.

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