shmu26

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This phishing link been up for more than 12 hours, why isnt any engine detecting it? I have reported it to multiple vendors without answer
Maybe because the link is broken?

On Chrome, I get:
This page isn’t working
secure.runescape.com-os.cz didn’t send any data.


ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

On Firefox, I get:
Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to secure.runescape.com-os.cz.

The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.
 

oldschool

Level 35
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Anyone tried Check point SandBlast Extension?I just installed on Chrome.According to AvLab it's the only one scored 100% on malicious and phising sites.

Test of web browser extensions for protection against malicious software
You may have missed this part: " Free version of the „Check Point Sandblast Agent for Browser” extension doesn’t have the most important functionality if it isn’t connected to the SandBlast service. ...

... Free version of the extension didn’t meet requirements for scanning downloaded threats, so we tested a commercial version at the request of the developer ... "
 

Nestor

Level 8
You may have missed this part: " Free version of the „Check Point Sandblast Agent for Browser” extension doesn’t have the most important functionality if it isn’t connected to the SandBlast service. ...

... Free version of the extension didn’t meet requirements for scanning downloaded threats, so we tested a commercial version at the request of the developer ... "
Yes i saw that but at settings there are two switches to turn on.One is for phising sites and the other is for malicious downloads.In fact you turn on a sandbox ,which analyse every file downloaded, that seems to be working but i am not sure if i am missing something.:unsure::rolleyes:
 

Threadripper

Level 7
Thought it would be necessary to mention that lots, and I mean lots of these extensions send every URL you visit straight to the company in plain test (they'll say it's "encrypted" because of TLS but to them it's still plain test) so who knows what they collect and what they do with it - and uselessly if you were the victim of an MiTM attack the attacker would see the URLs you visit twice.

The only one I know that doesn't for sure is Emsisoft Browser Security (source):
Instead of sending each full website URL to a cloud server for matching, it only sends a calculated hash value of the domain name of each newly visited site to our servers once and then receives a list of matching patterns that are applied locally on your computer. Those patterns are then kept for successive visits of pages on the same host/domain, which not only speeds up the matching significantly, but also means that Emsisoft doesn’t know any of the details of your browsing activity.
The image below shows Bitdefender TrafficLight sending a URL in plain text straight to Bitdefender (source) to highlight the problem, those using these kinds of extensions should check and see if they use hashes or plain text.
 

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Moonhorse

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Not behind my home computer, but has anybody tested the link against Windows Defender Browser Protection?
Tried, only eset detects them

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The second link is that the whole site is about phishing and probably contains file. I often tend to watch livestreams on twitch.tv where runescape is only game wich is gated into real world trading and thats why people host viewbotted streams there. Usually the phishing urls are detected even by google safe browsing or by netcraft in last hand but... now the phish urls arent detected at all, but still leads to fake site

I think trace extension has the bad tld/url protection to block .com-os.cz like urls aswell
Forticlient has the block new sites option/ block unrated
Blocksi has block unrated option

So default block like extensions will block them now and in future, but the actual extensions except ESET doenst currently detect them and the urls are already day old, i have submitted them to netcraft wich rates risk rating @ 10, but still doesnt block them as phishing. From kaspersky i dont have answer yet
 
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Nestor

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Tried, only eset detects them

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The second link is that the whole site is about phishing and probably contains file. I often tend to watch livestreams on twitch.tv where runescape is only game wich is gated into real world trading and thats why people host viewbotted streams there. Usually the phishing urls are detected even by google safe browsing or by netcraft in last hand but... now the phish urls arent detected at all, but still leads to fake site

I think trace extension has the bad tld/url protection to block .com-os.cz like urls aswell
Forticlient has the block new sites option/ block unrated
Blocksi has block unrated option

So default block like extensions will block them now and in future, but the actual extensions except ESET doenst currently detect them and the urls are already day old, i have submitted them to netcraft wich rates risk rating @ 10, but still doesnt block them as phishing. From kaspersky i dont have answer yet
Checkpoint Sandblast also detect it.