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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Phishing Example 97: AWB Tracking Number: 907992****

Received May 2015

From: DHL Worldwide Delivery
Date: Wed, May 6, 2015 at 6:26 AM
Subject: AWB Tracking Number: 907992****

Dear Customer

A Package is coming your way through DHL ....
Track your Business documents as assigned by your supplier To be delivered
to you, till it gets to your delivery address.
Kindly find attached tracking details and confirm if all details are
Correct for instant delivery .

Track Your Package

Notification for shipment event group "Clearance event" for 06th May 2015.
AWB Number: 907992****
Pickup Date: 2015-05-04 20:08:00
Estimated Delivery Date: 2015-05-10 23:59:00
Service: P
Pieces: 1
Cust. Ref: 530685065
Ship From: Cargo Supplies Ltd
Track Your Package Here With Your Email and Password
Used To Receive This Notification.

Please do not reply to this email,
This is an automated application used only for sending proactive

Customer Care
DHL Worldwide Delivery Office ©

Following the link gets you a series of interesting messages:

A warning that you've been "signed out" - but not to worry, click "OK" and you'll see this:

If you look carefully, you'll see the URL is an incomprehensible URL starting with "data:"

Finally, if you fill it out (please don't) you'll wind up back at the REAL dhl.com site:

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