Panaqqa writes: "I am involved with breeding purebred corgis, a small world which still makes heavy use of LISTSERV. Late yesterday an email arrived purporting to be from a well known breeder, indicating that she was stranded in Africa having lost her money and passport. The email appears to have been copied to a list of the most active LISTSERV contributors. It is in good gramatically correct English, and just happens to have originated in Pakistan based on the headers. Pakistan is a long way from Africa. The sender must have been monitoring the LISTSERV for some time to get his distribution list. Have any other Slashdot members had experience with such well designed and targeting phishing attempts, or is this level of sophistication something new?"