Wednesday, October 28, 2009

New Flash: Fake Pill Sites Don't Even Bother To Lie Very Effectively

After just receiving another of the plethora of bogus black-market pill sites via (you guessed it) criminally-sent spam, I think we've hit a new threshold for obvious, retarded lying practices on behalf of these moronic criminal fake pharmacy sites.

Can you spot the obvious problem with the following screenshot?

Highest security level guaranteed

This is a Secure page. Your Data is safely encrypted and is protected from an unauthorized access. All transactions are 100% secure.

That's right: never mind that "75% secure" crap: this site claims to be "100% secure", and even shows you how to verify this. All of which completely negates the fact that none of this is true, and that any person with a pair of eyes can tell that they're lying to you. There is no "https", of course (thanks for the tip, idiots) and there is also no padlock present anywhere it normally would be in any  browser in use today.

What else are they lying about? Oh: everything of course.

This one comes on behalf of what appears to be the newest member of the former SanCash / AffKing group: Canadian Online Pharmacy. ("Canadian", of course, meaning "located in China, with drugs most likely shipped from India.")

Not that it needs to be said again * but: don't buy anything you have to ingest from a "company" you've never heard of, especially one that lies to you with every breath they take.

SiL / IKS / concerned citizen

* Actually it probably does need to be said, because these idiot criminals are STILL profiting thanks to what are arguably stupid and / or desperate "customers".

Friday, October 2, 2009

Happy National Cybersecurity Awareness Month!

This was news to me but possibly not to everyone.

Read more about this special month here.

SiL / IKS / concerned citizen