This is interesting:
Dear Vonage Member,
Your Vonage Account will expire in: January, 20 2009
This might have happened due to the following reasons:
- You did not accessed your account for more than a month.
- You have dynamic IP address and due to that our system might have interpretated it as a hacking attempt.
- You entered a wrong password 3 times when you tried to connect to your Vonage Account.
To avoid an account suspension, please click link below:
*We will check your IP address, time zone, and confront it with our database logs.
We are very sorry if this affects you in any way but our client’s security is a top priority for Vonage Inc.
Vonage Security Team.
The link points to a phishing site that is stored in India and collects your vonage username and password. Go one directory up to see the complete kit.
This is a cute attack: you may be thinking, what can they possibly gain by logging into a vonage account? Well, Vonage has a useful feature of redirecting your calls to another number. If that other number is a paid service (or an international number, say, in India) you will pay extra and Vonage will pay that service provider (or telcom company). At that point, they just need to call your number and hold the line while counting the revenue coming in – very oldschool.