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Anti-phishing Alliance of China: Annual Meeting 2010 Held in Beijing
发表日期: 2010-12-16
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The Anti-phishing Alliance of China (hereinafter called “the alliance”) annual meeting 2010 was held in Beijing on Dec.16, 2010. Leading members from Ministry of Information and Technology, Ministry of Security, Chinese Academy of Science, National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center, together with about a hundred alliance representatives from Tencent, Taobao, Grupon and so on joined in this meeting. In addition to the release of Anti-phishing Alliance of China Working Report 2010 (hereinafter called “report”), it also awarded those members contributing a lot on network safety coordination. 

The report shows, by the end of November 2010, the alliance secretariat has identified and handled 32,496 phishing websites in a grand total, among which 20,570 websites were handled from January to November, rising 136 percent over the same period last year. The categories in network transaction (74.38%), deceit lottery winning (12.96%) as well as finance and security (12%) ranked as the first three phishing attack targets, with 80 percent of the total reports focusing on the three types of websites. Meanwhile, as the report analyzes, highly centralized and hot pot tracking were two significant features emerging in phishing websites in 2010. Besides, the great four means of doing phishing, which are taking domain name registered abroad, setting websites actively, entering unlawfully as well as the coexisting of counterfeit and infringing websites, made a severer situation for anti-phishing works.

Therefore, experts from the alliance suggested in the meeting that netizens improve the sense of self-protection and learn skills on discriminating phishing websites when doing online shopping, online payment, online booking and group purchase. On the other hand, advices were also given to those legal websites to take steps as early as possible to set up a sound anti-phishing multi-mechanism for pre-process and post-process.

Experts from Ministry of Information and Technology, Ministry of Security and Chinese Academy of Science referred in the meeting that anti-phishing works from the alliance received marked results, calling on joint efforts from the whole Internet industry to take part in the alliance’s work to probe a more efficient anti-phishing countermeasure for a trusty and safer Internet.

 

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