Sounds poetic to me and as we can see it, this is what is happening.
The gang has launched a Web site offering kits for targets such as Bank of America, eBay, PayPal and HSBC. On offer to potential fraudsters are phishing site code, e-mail templates and other hacking tools. Mutton says the tools and code make it easy and quick for fraudsters to set up phishing sites with only a basic knowledge of PHP programming.
NetCraft says the gang's site claims the kits can be used to steal confidential data such as social security, credit card and PIN numbers. The gang claim the kits are undetectable by Mozilla, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers.
But, what the kits' users don't know is that hidden code sends the stolen details back to the Mr Brain group's e-mail accounts. Mr Brain disguises its e-mail address by exploiting the case-sensitivity in PHP variable names.
All this to be taken with a grain of piquant salt!!!