9 out of 10 phishers using DIY kits

Monday, 11 June 2007, 9:35 AM EST

According to new research from IBM Internet Security Systems (ISS), the vast majority of phishing websites have been created with a do-it-yourself kit.

The ISS found that out of 3,544 newly created sites not only were 92 percent created with a kit, but the vast majority are connected with just 100 domains 44 percent of which end in a .hk (Hong Kong).

At IDM.

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