Spam

  • 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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  • From: dating@adultfriendfinder.comSubject: www.
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  • From: Secure FacebookSubject: To Facebook user: {#FIRST_DESCR}.Facebook remains to be one of the largest Internet social networking sites with millions of users signing in on a daily basis.
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  • Rolex is the one of the most well-known luxury watch brands in the world. As a maker of superior watches, the popularity of the Rolex brand is evident in this recent, but all too familiar spam run.
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  • The increase in number of shoppers during the holidays is usually paralleled by the increase in cybercriminal attacks. The team found spam mail related to a Black Friday Event.
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