Wednesday, January 30, 2013

@christoperj:

Came across 3 loose cows on the way home today. Thank you once again Coni Lawson for the hands-on barn hand skills you drilled into me in the previous life. . .

Monday, January 28, 2013

No, My Dog is Not Spamming Me with Links for a Crap Weight Loss Scam (Update)

Update 3/3/2013:
This Facebook spider phishing attack was also reported on the ISC StormCast Daily Network Security Podcast for February 26th, 2013.


Original Post:
Curiously, I have been receiving spam emails from one of my dogs over the last several weeks.

Yep. This dog in fact:

Ace at Christmas

While Ace is a lot of things (protective, overgrown puppy, shedding machine, & more) computer literate is not one of them. And his paws are really too damned big to be able to use the keyboard. Nor do I really have reason to believe he thinks I should lose a few pounds.

Yet here I am getting emails claiming to be from him. All which with a different webpage link in the body. Clearly these are being maliciously spoofed, but then there's the question of how/why some spambot out there knows I have a dog named Ace.

Date: January 24th, 2013 at 7:34 AM
Sending IP: 109.93.128.35 (Serbia) via SMTP

To: christoperj
From: Ace Marcinko

Subject: great
Date: January 27th, 2013 at 4:09 AM
Sending IP: 93.177.224.71 (Latvia) via SMTP

To: christoperj
From: Ace Marcinko

Subject: awesome
Date: January 28th, 2013 at 7:00 AM
Sending IP: 151.239.254.168 (Iran) via SMTP

To: christoperj
From: Ace Marcinko

Subject: awesome

Thank you Facebook!

This isn't the first time I received a spam email from somebody spoofing somebody I know. Most of the other times have been other's address books themselves compromised by the bug of the day. Others have been unexplained.

And then there's Ace.

Ace who has neither the dexterity to use email nor an address book to be hacked. Ace does, however, have a Facebook page. And I am of course connected to him.

Based on this, I'm guessing my Facebook friend list has been spidered and has been added to the spambot's list to boost the legitimacy of the crap email. Also guessing this explains the other emails from John and Phil I've also gotten in the last month which could not be tracked back to a 'compromised address book'.

All emails seem to be coming into my well-published primary email address, so I can't determine if the email address was somehow pulled when my Facebook profile was spidered. Ace's (and the others') were only identified by name in the spoof. None of the source email addresses match the actual ones in use. No help there.

My Facebook connections are not visible unless the visitor is logged into Facebook themselves. Nor is my email address (though it's easily found elsewhere).

However, I do have more than a few connections. And my privacy settings allow everybody to see each other.

Too bad there's no real way to tell if one of the connected profiles was used to spider my contact list once they've logged in. While several of my contact's Facebook accounts have been compromised in the last few months, I can't determine a compromised account that was used to pull my Facebook contact list (or just some crap zombie account I had 'accepted' as a friend.) No help there either. Also the possibility this came through one of the handful of apps authorized to access the Facebook Account. Though these authorized apps are from higher profile providers and not one of the crap surveys or the many "whos viewed your profile" scams. Possible but not necessary a likely entry point.

That said -- Ace only has a handful connections to a handful of immediate family. None of which have had their Facebook accounts hacked lately. He also has no apps allowed on his account. And he's not getting the spam emails either.

Whatever the case, these spam emails had crap links within. None of which look like they're malicious (though this delivery method could very easily be used for such badness).

1) http://indianriverna [DOT] com/disapproveafraidnicholasparker/

2) http://dakini [DOT] tk/blackcopyencounterigarydavies/

3) http://luttu [DOT] com/dropageddanieldavies/

All three end up (after a few redirects) at variations on a somewhat authentic looking weight loss pill scam. This time pushing claims about "Garcinia Cambogia" or "Green Coffee".

(#1) and (#2) http://weightlossthatworkisnotmagicpill [DOT] com/diet/garcinia/index [DOT] html

(#3) http://weightlossthatworkisnotmagicpill [DOT] com/diet/GreenCoffeDiet-c/index [DOT] html
Authentic looking "Consumer Lifestyles" website pushing a Garcinia Cambogia weight loss scam (#1 and #2)

Same "Consumer Lifestyles" website template, but now pushing a Green Coffee weight loss scam. (#3)

The pages themselves look like they rely upon the same template and some quick find/replace about the pill they are pushing. They're also violating trademarks for legitimate news networks and using an embedded youtube video from an episode of Dr. Oz. I particularly liked how they incorporated a simple IP Geolocate script in the Green Coffee page to identify where I was coming coming from (and to point out all my local stores were out of stock of this miracle cure because of whatever demand)

All of the embeded links on either page -- including the "About", "Privacy Policy", Contact Us", the Facebook Like Button, etc -- end up (again after a few redirects) at a similar online order page

(#1) and (#2) https://offer [DOT] my-secure-page.com/fatbuster433/index [DOT] php?PubID=4&ClickID=3959471&SID=237591&SID2=218848&LPID=27&PC=47

(#3) https://offer [DOT] my-secure-page [DOT] com/greencoffeesky2554/index [DOT] php?PubID=4&ClickID=&SID=234895&SID2=218848&LPID=20&PC=27
Online order form for the Garcinia Cambogia scam (#1 and #2)
Online order form for the Garcinia Cambogia scam
Online order form for the Green Coffee scam (#3)
Online order form for the Green Coffee scam

I guess that's the only way they want to be contacted.

I do wonder why the model on the Garcinia Combogia page is sooooo much happier than the one on the Green Coffee page. Perhaps the unhappy model just found out she had to work late and actually wont be able to go to the beach today? Or maybe she misunderstood and thought she was going to provided actual coffee on this shoot and not some crap knock off pill? Or maybe she's annoyed that her pet's name is also being used to send crap emails.

Whatever the case -- at least now I've figured out why I'm now receiving emails from my dog.

Actual emails and text from both scam sites follow. . .



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http://luttu [DOT] com/dropageddanieldavies/

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http://dakini [DOT] tk/blackcopyencounterigarydavies/

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http://indianriverna [DOT] com/disapproveafraidnicholasparker/

General Scam Text from (#1) and (#2) http://weightlossthatworkisnotmagicpill [DOT] com/diet/garcinia/index [DOT] html:
Note : Garcinia Cambogia has sold out in most major stores. As of Monday, January 28, 2013 it's still Available Online

FACTUAL STUDY: HYDROXYCITRIC ACID IN GARCINIA CAMBOGIA BURNS FAT. 15 LB. LOSS MONTHLY!

Normally, I don't recommend "weight-loss" supplements, especially weight-loss supplements that claim "easy" weight loss or "fast" weight loss. As a nutritionist, I strongly believe that the key to weight loss is a healthy diet and exercise, but there are some incredible superfoods that can deliver an added boost. One superfood in particular, Garcinia Cambogia, is creating major media buzz, and the research has me truly amazed. What has me and the scientific community so excited about Garcinia Cambogia extract is that people don't have to do anything different when taking this food supplement. They don't need to exercise, and they don't need to diet; they just appear to lose pounds fast.

Garcinia Cambogia Extract, America's Hottest New Way To A Flat Belly:

Let's cut to the chase: The most recent study on Garcinia Cambogia published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal followed a group of 16 adults who supplemented with Garcinia Cambogia for only 12 weeks. Over the course of the study, the subjects lost an average of 17 pounds each - this was 10.5% of their overall body weight and 16% of their overall body fat!

There were no side effects reported. This is very exciting information and one reason why I think that Garcinia Cambogia could be an effective weapon against the obesity epidemic in our country.

Garcinia Cambogia stands above other products on the market. Most products on the market get their extract from a different source than that of the clinical studies. They do this to cut down on costs, but at the same time, it cuts down on effectiveness. In addition, they don't give the correct dose. By having a cheaper more inferior product, customers need to buy more in order to have the same results. If they see small weight loss, they buy more of it. It might be good business, but poor practice.

Every order of Garcinia Cambogia is a one-time-only transaction. In other words, there are absolutely no reoccurring charges or hidden offers.
(And so on. . .)

General Scam Text from (#3) http://weightlossthatworkisnotmagicpill [DOT] com/diet/GreenCoffeDiet-c/index [DOT] html:
Note: Green Coffee Extract has sold out in most major stores. As of Monday, January 28, 2013 it's still Available Online

Denton Stores Struggle to Keep the Popular Fat Burner in Stock Normally, I don't recommend "weight-loss" supplements, especially weight-loss supplements that claim "easy" weight loss or "fast" weight loss. As a nutritionist, I strongly believe that the key to weight loss is a healthy diet and exercise, but there are some incredible superfoods that can deliver an added boost. One superfood in particular, the green coffee bean, is creating major media buzz, and the research has me truly amazed.

What has me and the scientific community so excited about green coffee bean extract is that people don't have to do anything different when taking this food supplement. They don't need to exercise, and they don't need to diet; they just appear to lose pounds fast.

How Green Coffee Extract Helps You Burn More Fat:

Let's cut to the chase: The most recent study on green coffee bean published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal followed a group of 16 adults who supplemented with green coffee bean for only 12 weeks. Over the course of the study, the subjects lost an average of 17 pounds each - this was 10.5% of their overall body weight and 16% of their overall body fat! There were no side effects reported. This is very exciting information and one reason why I think that green coffee bean could be an effective weapon against the obesity epidemic in our country.

Green Coffee Extract, America's Hottest New Way To A Flat Belly:

Let's cut to the chase: The most recent study on green coffee bean published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal followed a group of 16 adults who supplemented with green coffee bean for only 12 weeks. Over the course of the study, the subjects lost an average of 17 pounds each - this was 10.5% of their overall body weight and 16% of their overall body fat!

There were no side effects reported. This is very exciting information and one reason why I think that green coffee bean could be an effective weapon against the obesity epidemic in our country.

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You may be wondering if you can get the same effects from the coffee you drink with breakfast in the morning - and the truth is that you can't. When you roast coffee beans, you remove the chlorogenic acid. Green coffee beans are unroasted, have little aroma and are extremely bitter - because they contain over 50% chlorogenic acid. Remember, as I've always said, when it comes to your health, "Bitter is better." Because the green coffee bean is so bitter, I recommend taking it in capsule form. I suggest finding 800 mg pure green coffee bean capsules Take one capsule about 30 minutes before meals; I recommend taking them two or three times per day with a full glass of water for the best results. And remember that combining green coffee bean with a healthy diet and exercise can improve your results!

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(And so on. . .)

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

@christoperj:

Wasn't expecting a 1/2 inch of snow to be on the ground when I woke up this morning. . .

Monday, January 14, 2013

@christoperj:

After finding some mugs from Owens 803 over the weekend, now doing some brief stalking of some of my ex-coworkers to see whats become of them in the 17 years since. . .

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Now Heptaicosa-Certified with Check Point CCSE Goodness. . .

From Check Point Software Technologies LTD. on January 3rd, 2013:

Christopher J. Marcinko -- Check Point Certified Security Expert Certification R75
"This is to certify that Christopher J. Marcinko has demonstrated the knowledge to be a: Check Point Certified Security Expert."

Date of Certification:
January 3rd, 2013

Upgraded to R77
From Check Point Software Technologies LTD. on April 27th, 2015:

Christopher J. Marcinko -- Check Point Certified Security Expert Certification R77
"This is to certify that Christopher J. Marcinko has demonstrated the knowledge to be a: Check Point Certified Security Expert."

Date of Certification:
April 27th, 2015

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

@christoperj:

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and auld lang syne. . .