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A few months ago I wrote a fairly short comment piece for Virus Bulletin on how some popular posts to Facebook that invite you to make use of your personal data might be useful to scammers and others as part of some sort of data aggregation attack. An example I included was a popular posting […]

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Here's a quick summary of the PREFETCH and INF ploys I mentioned in a separate blog here. These are alternatives (or supplements) used by support scammers from India to the Event Viewer and ASSOC/CLSID ploys also used to "prove" to a victim that their system is infected with malware or has other security/integrity problems. The "Prefetch" command shows […]

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Danish security company CSIS have reported a worm that really does spread through Facebook, unlike some of the malware we've seen described in hoaxes recently. Peter Kruse tells us that the worm logs in as the owner of the infected system and spams messages to his or her friends. The message consists of a link […]

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