Not surprisingly, the cross scripting, xss, and/or flash manipulation scam is alive and well on ebay, this time documented by a casual observer. This has also been documented time and again by myself and others on Youtube BTW.
For those not aware, these ID stealing flaws, through careful research, have been shown to exist uncorrected on ebaY for as long as 11+ years now.
What’s even more alarming: you don’t need to actually sign in to any phake login page to have your credentials stolen, thanks to the cookie stealing variant of this hack.
Top that off with the fact that ebay’s own policy is to blame the user/victim.
Numerous comments at my youtube videos also indicate that victims are treated poorly and unprofessionally by ebaY’s customer service reps.
Important facts to consider when choosing online shopping or even surfing destinations.
Uploaded by thumper444 on Jun 8, 2011
hi, im not even a ebay member, but was looking at camper vans, if its to good to be true it probably is, dont be foolish and loose your details or money, thanks for watching. can you trust this site, i think not. thanks for watching. please remember if you do buy something like this you part with your money you will have no comeback, yes thats right, do your checks aa rac whatever, dont part with your money on the descriptions(important) alone on this site you could end up with a pile of poop. hpi only shows recorded accidents, not accidents repaired by other means, so get it checked. dont believe these lying scum.
Update: for whatever reason that video has been removed. Anyone wishing to see it can leave comment below and we shall make it available from the Mighty Cappnonymous Archives