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This fake 123Greetings.com spam actually delivers malware instead, hosted on remindingwands.org: Date:      Tue, 7 Aug 2012 16:34:21 +0200 From:      “123Greetings.com” [[email protected]] Subject:      New e-card for you. Vanna [email protected] has just sent you an ecard from 123Greetings.com You can view it by clicking here: http://www.123greetings.com/send/view/999095: Thanks to our new tracking feature, you can […]

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The long-awaited London Olympics 2012 has officially opened. Apart from the fraudulent website that claims to sell tickets and malicious website that sells illegal cards to Japanese users, we also spotted several fake live streaming sites leveraging this sporting event. Some of these are the following: http://olympicsopeningceremony2012live.{BLOCKED}d.com http://olympicgames2012live.{BLOCKED}d.com http://olympics-2012-live-stream.tumblr.com http://olypiccoverage2012.{BLOCKED}d.com http://{BLOCKED}12openinglivestream.{BLOCKED}d.com http://{BLOCKED}livestream.epl-schedule.com http://{BLOCKED}ingceremony2012live.blogspot.com http://{BLOCKED}ndonolympics2012liveonline.{BLOCKED}g.com http://{BLOCKED}12olympicsonline.{BLOCKED}log.com […]

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