We're investigating another phishing scam, and the perpetrators have learned some new tricks. The scam is at [url removed, login to view] , which frames a call around [url removed, login to view] , but **be very careful when you go to these sites!** I strongly recommend that you save all your work, exit all other browser windows, turn on your anti-virus protection, and in general, take a "Shields Up, Captain!" attitude. Something *very* odd was devised here. Some forms of copy-paste get disabled, and attempting to View Source is especially interesting; the window keeps scooting away. (We were able to capture it by killing the primary browser window in Firefox; see attached.)
We need you to translate this HTML source code into something readable. I'm hoping this is trivial, using the same eval(unescape()) methods used in the original scam. Perhaps it's a matter of a slight change to Firefox so that the HTML is simply displayed rather than rendered as HTML. I don't know; that's *your* job. :-)
1. HTML source code which contains visible tags such as "