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1-31-2010 @ 3:52PM
I like to get them shutdown. Lots of times phishing sites are hosted on hijacked domains. If you check the domain they are at, usually they are buried in a hidden directory. Those bank phishing attempts? PayPal? I write the domain owner's a letter and tell them their site got hijacked. Usually takes them down. Once I even got a thank you back from one of the users.
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