By Stacy Shelley | May 23, 2012
PhishLabs has discovered a new variant of a common phishing page that prompts users to upload a scanned copy of their driver’s license and telephone bill. The scam detected targets customers of a large US bank.
Most likely the phisher is attempting to circumvent additional security measures by the bank such as telephone based authentication systems or they may be attempting change the customers account information via a call center. For most banks, you would need additional information that online banking credentials for such an attack to be successful.