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  1. Not fully true, Guest_Leos00_*, because ESET and their contractors offer different payment methods. Credit card numbers are most attractive, so why not ask for it although they might have the bank account data already etc.
  2. Hi, we're running MS Exchange 2010 inside a VMWare virtual machine with 6 GB of RAM, which is admittedly tight. about 50 Mailboxes running on it, of which are about 10 heavy-duty (> 10GB Mailbox Size, lots of mails). We're about to install Mail Security on the productive server. Before doing so, I want to be certain about the negative effects on performance Mail Security will cause. Are there any? If yes, will it affect CPU or rather RAM?
  3. Kindly have a look at hxxp://pastebin.com/AYcw8HRV. I unscrambled the phishing site's source code - The form wants to send the phished data to shadyflw@gmail.com (<input name="ip" value="" type="hidden"><input name="Send" value="shadyflw@gmail.com" type="hidden">). Maybe that helps. I really hope no credit card data have been lost.
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