I just spent 20+ minutes voting on submissions at PhishTank, and I got to the end. Meaning, I voted on all the currently online, unverified submissions. In case you’ve haven’t reached this (temporary) nirvana, feast your eyes. Click the thumbnail for a larger version.
Entries Tagged as 'PhishTank'
February 26th, 2007 · 2 Comments
October 17th, 2006 · 2 Comments
Last week, the local CBS affiliate followed up on Allison’s suggestion that they cover PhishTank as part of their Consumer Watch program. David was out of town. So, while Mike did the bulk of the coding, Aaron brought the design together to make PhishTank easy on the eyes and mouse clicks, Allison reached out (with [...]
October 16th, 2006 · 6 Comments
At work, I need to pick the right forum software to run on OpenDNS.com. We’ve discussed the possibilities informally a few times, but the burst of activity — and resulting customer support — triggered by two print articles made this project more important. I’m going to share my research and the final decision in a [...]
October 8th, 2006 · No Comments
On Monday, OpenDNS launched PhishTank, a community anti-phishing site with a free, open API for getting the data everywhere it might help. The response was gratifying. Skim the 51 mentions (and counting) so far. Thanks to the still-impressive distribution of the Associated Press, a single article made it to many, many more outlets than I [...]