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A Lot Of Scamming, Phishing and Malicious Websites Are Using .RU Domain Names

2012-09-04T19:18:25  +
A Lot Of Scamming, Phishing and Malicious Websites Are Using .RU Domain Names

Please take extra precautions when visiting a ".ru" domain / website or avoid visiting. "ru" is the Internet country code top-level domain for the Russian Federation. A lot of the scamming, phishing and malicious e-mails, that I have come across, contain a .ru domain. That is a domain name ending with ".ru". Example: mywebsite.ru. A lot of .ru domains are registered by criminals under fake identities to send spam, setup phishing, scamming and to carry out other malicious activities.

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It is reported that there is a flaw in the domain name system registration in eastern Europe, which allows criminals who are registering these domain names to, conceal their identity and make it impossible for law enforcement to track them down.

If you receive an e-mail,  a Facebook post, text message or other media forms, with a ".ru" domain, please do not visit the website unless, you are familiar it.

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  • Posted: Oct 25, 2017 at 3:46 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Sunderland, England, United Kingdom

    Had two in the last two days. Something to do with earning a lot of money with
    bit coin. Registered address is 616 corporate way valley cottage, a known fake / scam address. Do not click on the link to unsubscribe.

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  • Posted: Aug 12, 2013 at 1:17 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Troy, Michigan, United States

    I Just received this email from theim

    ************
    "Hi there george! How are you?

    My name is Sheena and i want to meet with you :-)
    I like seeing people and talking with them.
    If I like a guy I have nothing against having sex with him (well, I must confess that I like you very much)...

    You can see my photos and read more about me at hxxp://fortwared.ru/enter/?user=Sheena-E1C6

    I will be happy to see you online!

    Sent from my iPhone
    "******************

    delete