Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Paypal Scam Email Content
By the content tt looks very much professional looking piece of email with a very well narrated instructions informing that my Paypal's account is limited due to significant changes on the account activity - but unfortunately upon clicking on the senders it's completely coming from a someone's email that may I've never seen before. In this case it's from email@example.com - a blatant malicious intention to steal Paypal's access information from the reckless people who aren't so details. By clicking "Log In Now To Remove Limitation" it will leads to this page http://paiypal-intlservice.com/webapps/58cad/home -- another very well designed website that replicate the Paypal webpages but still the web-address URL is another obvious scam intention. So just delete them next time.
One simple circuit to step up voltage using LM2577 -Adj P+ chip. The schematic is from Texas Instrument and it works expected - and below is...