The consequence of non-cooperation in the fight against phishing

@article{Moore2008TheCO,
  title={The consequence of non-cooperation in the fight against phishing},
  author={Tyler Moore and Richard Clayton},
  journal={2008 eCrime Researchers Summit},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-14}
}
A key way in which banks mitigate the effects of phishing is to have fraudulent websites removed or abusive domain names suspended. This dasiatake-downpsila is often subcontracted to specialist companies. We analyse six months of dasiafeedspsila of phishing Website URLs from multiple sources, including two such companies. We demonstrate that in each case huge numbers of Websites may be known to others, but the company with the take-down contract remains unaware of them, or only belatedly learns… CONTINUE READING
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