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View Full Version : Phising website aimed at military

03-31-2008, 02:03 PM
I just wanted to post part of this email my husband received through our MWR: This Email is being forwarded to all Army ITR Offices, and Key Army MWR
managers at Army Bases worldwide.

On March 29, someone in Vancouver Washington established a "phishing"
site at HYPERLINK http://mwr.army-support.com (http://mwr.army-support.com/)
http://mwr.army-support.com (http://mwr.army-support.com/). Many ITR/ITT offices and some Army IT
staff received the unsolicited email shown below, on Sunday afternoon.

This is not a legitimate offer, it is not a legitimate site. It gives
the appearance of being part of the official Army MWR web site
(HYPERLINK http://www.armymwr.com/ http://www.armymwr.com/), but the
site is not authorized.

This site is in violation of U.S. copy write and trademark laws by its
display of the Army MWR logo. Steps are being taken by the US Army
Family & MWR Command, to close the site.

In the meantime, if your customers inquire about this web site, please
advise them they should not respond to it. The information requested
may result in unknown consequences in terms of SPAM, further request
personal information, etc.

Watch out for anything that asks for personal info!