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Banks and other organisations deal with fraudulent phishing websites by pressing the hosting service providers to remove the sites from the Internet. Until they are removed, the fraudsters will learn the passwords, personal identification numbers (PINs) and other personal details of the users who are fooled into visiting them. We analyse empirical data on actual phishing website removal times and the number of visitors that the websites attract, and conclude that website removal is part of thedoi:10.1145/1299015.1299016 dblp:conf/ecrime/MooreC07 fatcat:fxqvez7tzzgsdjj5xxv4umodue