Practical phishing prank, courtesy of McAfee

McAfee SiteAdvisor is prone to pranks, thanks to the fact that it accepts anything from the URL. Let's play a game, SiteAdvisor is a phishing site:

mcafee prank - site advisor may try to steal your information

Just replace the URL in the domain parameter and you can make practical jokes to anyone about their site being a phishing operation. Thanks to, err... a web security firm. (Nice job guys!)

P.S. and by popular demand, proof that McAfee is running a phishing site (courtesy of McAfee, of course):

mcafee.com may try to steal your information

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