You can show the latest Spoof Email
and Phishing Scams from within your own content, and help in building awareness,
by using our Scam Alerts News Feed on your site.
Below is a script generator which will produce the necessary code to include
in your pages.
The output can be refined with styles
and fonts and we've included some examples below the form with script snippets.
If you'd rather use them than generate your own code, you can do so by copying
and pasting the code given with each example. Use the Preview button
to get an idea of how it will look with the options that you have selected, then
use the Generate
to get the code for your site. You can then copy and paste the code into your
own page code.
For News Aggregators/Readers
Users can either use a dedicated News
Reader which runs from their computer or a web based Aggregator service. These
readers allow users to add and view multiple feeds of their choice. Desktop RSS
Readers look and feel similar to email programs like Outlook Express™ and
display the web pages, which are summarised in the feed, and from within the
reader itself or a your web browser.
News Readers for your desktop include
RssReader available for download from rssreader.com.
Web based aggregators include Feedster.org,
Bloglines.com and NewsApp.
Yahoo are currently running a beta version so that their users can include their
chosen feed(s) in their My Yahoo pages. Dogpile.com also
offer a free tool bar with RSS Feed display capabilities so you can see news
within your browser bar.
There are some very good sites which list and detail the many
RSS News Feeds that are available to tap into, including Syndic8.com,
Once you have chosen a means of accessing RSS Feeds, you will
want to add the Scam Alert Service. You can do this by using the following URL
in your reader or aggregator - http://www.millersmiles.
co.uk/millersmiles.xml (right click and select copy, then paste it into the
'add new feed' facility of your reader/aggregator).
Our RSS Feed lists the most recent and up to the minute reports
going back over the last calender month.
Each program or aggregator gives their own options for changing
the amount of headlines and/or detail included for viewing.