A 23 year-old faces up to seven years imprisonment after pleading guilty to targeting AOL members via an elaborate and long running phishing scam. Michael Dolan, formerly of West Haven, Connecticut and North Miami Beach, Florida, admitted stealing names, credit card details and social security numbers from AOL members. He …
what a waste
What energy and planning ability these people went the whole way even making fake atm cards twentythree and he's doing this whats he going to be up to when gets out If he doesn't go legit were in trouble pretending to watch him doesn't help either.
Hang in there mike. <3
If you'd like to express your support for Mike Dolan, please send your credit card number, CVV, bank a/c sort code and number, PINs, DOB, SSN and mother's maiden name to
Looking forward to hearing from Pacman and Ed!
Do you remember
The Isaac Asaimov story where a computer fraudster was given a sentence consisting of pyschological treatment which meant he could never look at a computer screen again? Shame its not possible...
TBH, he couldn't have done it without your typical AOL-user being a complete and utter muppet.
No matter how many times ISPs, security sites, AV vendors etc say "Don't open random attachments", Mr & Mrs AOL Fuckwit will always click open that file "Greetings.jpg.scr" file that came in their AOL Mail, because they think they know what they're doing.
What with this and the article about unsecured WiFi, or WEP encrypted (hah!) networks, it's just staggering the amount of people that use the internet that really don't have the first idea about even the most basic security principles.
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