Spam

  • Just days after the new year started, spam samples were found that purportedly came from 'ESoft'. The mail guises itself as an online seller of popular computer software and has a logo that closely resembles that of eBay.
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  • TrendLabs received samples of phishing emails purporting to originate from the Khaleeji Commercial Bank.These spammed messages contain information that recipients may find confusing.
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  • Days before the New Year starts, TrendLabs received samples of spam messages that pose as New Year's greetings. Users are advised to immediately delete these and other messages coming from unknown sources.
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  • Spammers are doing their last minute spamming before the year 2010 ends. TrendLabs received samples of spammed messages disguised as electronic greeting cards.
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  • With Christmas just a day away, many users are taking the time out to send cards to their loved ones. Cybercriminals are well aware of this and they recently sent out a curious Christmas card to trick users.
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  • Netflix, a popular Internet subscription service for movies and TV shows, is now a target of a new phishing campaign. In this attack, recipients of a spam message are advised that their registered credit card no.
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  • Beware, Amazon.com users! Spammed messages that arrive with malware attached and disguised as shipping updates from the popular online shopping website are quickly spreading .
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  • After the WikiLeaks publication of a confidential document that has created a global stir, spammers are now taking advantage of the event. As with most social engineering attacks, cybercriminals are not too far behind every time something hot comes up.
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  • Facebook's constant site improvement has recently attracted a lot more cybercriminals to take advantage of and exploit the social networking site for malicious intent.As of December 5, 2010, Facebook introduced some improvements on its profile pages.
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  • The iPad is one of the most popular gadgets today.  A recent spam sample was spotted bearing the subject “iPad testers wanted” with the email body that gives a link to a certain site that redirect users to a remote phishing site.
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